Sagara Beach Resort
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... pointless. I have ordered identical meals at different restaurants, and they have been far from identical in taste and look. This is something I am more then happy with, as regardless of what the meal has looked like, everything has been amazing! The flavor is so different to back home. Each meal is an overwhelming episode where each bite is so different and the flavor just reaches so much deeper in your taste buds. I finish lunch, and instantly think ...
During our last day in Hampi we had a chilled out one drinking cold drinks and taking in the last of the beautiful views. Izzy has become hooked on 'lemon nana' drinks, a deep green coloured blended lemon and mint fresh juice. Who knows how much mint they have to use to get the whole drink that colour, but it's the most refreshing and thirst quenching drink she's ever had (and tastes a lot like a mohito minus the rum). Nat's drink of choice (although we both are a great fan of both) ...
... for their pots to be blessed.
Earlier, the priest had lit the hearth in the temple, then the fire was transferred to all the women's hearths where they cooked their rice. Now they were waiting for the priests to bring holy water and sprinkle it on the puddings which sanctifies the offering to the goddess. Finally the ...
... get. In the interest of time, we ditched the $6 train we'd booked previously and hired an expensive taxi instead. For the little over one hour, 60 kilometre journey to Varkala we paid 1,120 rupees (~$21). On the way, we laid eyes on the Arabian Sea / Indian Ocean for the first time. Thus, our transportation that day went like this, in chronological order: taxi, plane, bus, bus, plane, bus, taxi.
The south was noticeably different. The ...
... that make the biggest differences. 90% of the men have a mustache, so we plan to show how thick a foreigner mustaches can get. They were clothes of all colors (some shades of colors we've never seen before), and the fabric is really thin. Some men wore light pants but others wore robes. We later found out that Muslims are the ones who wear the luongis (skirts). A lot of people were playing cricket as well, we saw at least 5 games around ...