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... through with the water reaching my shins. At the office we were told there was no top to the canoe and we would basically have to suck it up and deal with it. Luckily on the drive to Munroe island the rain eased and by the time we were on the canoe holding an umbrella was sufficient. After half an hour it stopped, the sun came out and we started to dry off. The trip was really good we passed prawn farms, coconut trees, rolls of ...
... of the for walls had dials and switches on. Two sockets, one fan switch, one fan dial and about 13 switches; for lights in the room, in the bathroom and on the verandah.. We left secret beach, but only after booking some more days in a weeks time. The tuk-tuk arrived, squeezed our rucksacks and ourselves in and off we went. Leaving Aki's house, means going along 300 meters of dirt track, winding round trees and skirting along the edge of the brackish looking ...
We had initially planned Trivandrum to be the final destination on our trip before we head back home to Aluva. We had briefly considered going to Rameshwaram before Trivandrum, but we found that connections to other places from Rameshwaram where limited. So we decided to go
directly from Madurai to Trivandrum or Kollam.
After the overnight train journey from Madurai, I was very happy ...
Ah yes, where we left off, and a word about that midnight train from Pondicherry across the country to Trivandrum. We left our hotel at seven in the evening in a hired taxi who provided us with our first experience of travelling the highways of India by night. We were only on the road for an hour and a half, and we found the experience stimulating and exciting, because there was such a diversity of traffic and people on the road and roadside to watch - including solo ...
... horns or tuktuks. hooray!
I am looking forward to learning a lot more about ashram life. What do they do all day? How do they live? Does everyone practice yoga? We will see. For me, this is the start of a strict but amazing schedule that begins everyday at 5am and the lights literally go out at 10pm. Yoga, Meditation (I'll try my best), Cleansing, and Philosophy, Anatomy, other surprises to ...