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... we needed it. We packed our bags and walked the short distance to the beach for a tuk tuk. The hotel could take us to the station for £7, the tuk tuk for £2. The driver even stopped at the pharmacy so I could get a few supplies. After arriving at the station we headed to the board. We weren't pestered or followed and the information was extremely clear. Our train was delayed, but only by half an hour. This left us with an hour to kill so we ...
We are retracing our steps back up the coast to Fort Kochi where we fly out of on 26 January - Australia Day, but also India Day!
Caught a full train, but I managed to squeeze a seat between five Indian men! The trip was only 45 minutes and we ...
... normally were, but instead it was lined with men selling fish and crabs just as they were last night. There were many people out working the chinese fishing nets as well. They invited us down and I really wanted to go but Jacci didn't want to so we didn't. As we walked and explored we made a little circle around the town. We found a dutch cemetery, a Bob Marley cafe, a really cute puppy, and some beautiful houses.
On our way back ...
Sorry for bombarding you with entries all at once, but here's the next stop on our trip: Kollam.
On 12 November, we got our early train (7am) to Kollam. We had booked ourselves into a nice (if slightly odd) hotel called the Sea Pearl. The room is nice, and although there was a wet room in the bathroom, Mr H later discovered there was no hot water (oh dear). ...
... hedge and over the cliff edge! Poor Tom stayed in bed. There isn't much to do in Varkala anyway so we were only going to be relaxing here. By the evening Tom had a fever too and was in bed with lots of layers and towels on top of him whilst I was sweating buckets! Not good. Luckily by the following afternoon he was feeling a bit better and just about well enough to be able to catch our coach to Pondicherry.