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... into the small, narrow waterways, the water was so still the palms were reflected on the surface - it was so pretty. The two local men rowing the boat began to sing local rice field-worker songs! And bright blue kingfishers overhead were chirping away. The water is completely surrounded by palms and banana trees. It's so green and so pretty everywhere. We spent nearly 2 hours slowly rowing around. It was really beautiful. A complete world away from the rest of India. Breakfast ...
... boating and walked passed the badminton court and sunset cafe. David stuck his tongue out, "we're going to have a really good time". Our villa for the three and half nights had a living room with table and sofa area then large double room and ensuite. We had two balconies with a lake view. I peered through the window but couldn't see much. I hoped the dense bush in front of our villa wouldn't block our view. I'll be eager to draw the curtains in the ...
... for less than three nights. With hindsight it might have been better to go to Varkala beech for three nights and then two nights here. What is strange is staying in this not very pleasant, quite noisy and hot town but in a very very nice hotel which is cheap and has excellent food. This is just as well as we have yet to see anywhere else we could contemplate eating! After showering and eating a delightful thali we set off to ...
... trying on sun glasses in shops. On the beach the girls loved making sand castles but the sea was very feisty. Shaff was blasted and rolled by a huge unexpected wave as he paddled and lost his prescription sun glasses and a bit of his dignity as he emerged spluttering and covered in sea weed.
Unusually, we noticed that the south and the north of the beach are separated, with tourists in one end and Indians in the other and a very proactive life guards who energetically ...
India continues to be a blur of beauty, noise and taste, after a week I'm over the shocks and joining in with the craziness. TukTuks have become a way of life and now, it feels less life threatening, and more an essential part if my day. My tidy kiwi ways are being tested as the locals keep insisting I throw my trash out the trains or on the ground. I feel terrible doing it but with a lack of bins, it's either chuck it or carry it around India so throwing it had to be the ...