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Travel Blogs from Kovalam
... surprised at how much and how far I had travelled
They had a look at the menu, they kept looking at each other, they wasn’t sure what to order, so I asked if I could help (as if I know ANYTHING about Indian food) they said it wasn’t the food, it was the prices, I thought they were pretty good, but they said they were on a ‘budget’ and only had a 100 rupees to spend on food, I kept my mouth shut from here on, drank my coffee and left them get ...
... about the different types of spices and what goes in what. The best part about the class was definitely being able to eat it all at the end, it was so delicious but there was so much of it we couldn't finish it. Yum yum! After a week it was time to leave and find another Keralan beach, Kovalam, only a few hours south of vakarla. Steff especially was excited as she had been there 6 years ago. We jumped on the train and then a local bus and then in a tuktuk ...
After enjoying (and again, I use that term loosely) this fireball of a curry, we strolled down to the beach to enjoy a few cocktails in the sunset. This is when all hell broke loose. Without going into too much details, the next two days were an absolute write-off, and I think I'm now more acquainted with the loos at Rosario's than those back home!
Luckily, this experience was cut short after a fellow traveller gave us a few tips on the ...
... and proceeds to use her feet to massage the back of my body and then the sides and the front. After that I am massaged while standing. Finally I am told to get up on the table for the remainder of the massage, which is done by hand. Every part of the body, except that covered by the loin cloth, is massaged, including the eye lids. At the end she takes what looks like ground cinnamon from a jar ...
... quite unusual as most
younger people in their country speak in Russian). They also played a
few western songs and a few originals. As we chatted over dinner it
transpired that they had only been playing together about a year and
had already been invited and played at many folk festivals around the
world due to the unique nature of their performance. They also used
unusual instruments including the Jew Harp, Harmonica, Kalimba and an ...