Park International Kovalam
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The drive to Kovalum is tiring. Charles does his best to entertain us with stops and history. I have serious motion sickness and a nagging cough. I will be glad to get back to the U.S. 5 weeks of touring is grueling. It would be nice to feel good again. We stop on the way for an amazing lunch of red snapper grilled with garlic, butter and lemon. Allen and I share it. The fish is huge and perfectly cooked. ...
... back! It was a tense 48 hours waiting though wondering if we'd ever see the phone again. (Although at the time of publishing this blog the screen has been smashed again).
... to cook the meal, ha! After enjoying our time together, she left to find a place she could spend Saturday, her holy day, with other Jewish people, as this was customary.
A story for Dad,
On my first morning here I was up early, walking along the busy beaches. I was intrigued by a group of men holding on to and pulling on a thick rope from the water. I traced the rope with my eyes to see that they were pulling in an enormous fishing net. Where ...
... all the world would’ve offered me had I only been patient enough to wait for its call.
Today I reflect with a bit of humor. My position as a guide is proving invaluable. The students take to me with ease and appreciation, constantly reminding me how grateful they are to have me here. The trips we take, across tropical beaches and through mountainous tea plantations, are nothing short of euphoric; a pristine reminder of why I fell in love with ...
... no power steering, but we managed it, and soon we were bumping along the alley way, I am really glad I know how to use a crash gear box, but even so this car has seen better years, it is 27 years old though and it looks like they were rough ones, the mileage has gone round the clock a few times, the engine/gearbox is original and it chugs along like it’s going to keel over and die, the engine growls way, it’s a diesel and it sounds like it
We went down ...