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... of four rooms on the canal bank where he lives with his mother and grandmother.
Something really interesting we saw today was a cashew nut tree! The way the cashew nut grows is really bizarre! A hard nut shell in the shape of a cashew nut grows from the flower and then a small fruit that looks like a yellow capsicum grows above the nut. The cashew ...
Backpacking through India on a budget has lead to the strange situation where in some places seeing other tourists turns into a novelty. We use local government public transport, stay in budget guesthouses and walk walk walk. At times in Kerala, apart from a couple of fellow backpackers, our only glimpses of other western tourists has been of their huge air conditioned tour buses blasting past or their chauffeur driven jeeps, faces plastered to the window staring in awe ...
... north and south to get lost along tiny local roads and forgotten beaches. It was also super hot after midday as winter was only just beginning so we got used to retreating inside for cold showers until 3pm. Apart from the gigantic mosquitos attacking us every night at sunset, we felt extremely relaxed. It was a great way to spend our last few days before the final rush to Kolkata on the way home to NZ. On the last day we were lying on the beach and ran into the ...
... a restaurant called Raviz in Kollam.
It is a great place with a traditional architecture and well-maintained premises. The food was good and the service was excellent. They were located on the banks of the backwaters and we got to go down to the waters edge and walk along the side where many a houseboat was anchored.
Tim and my friends son were excited to see a dancing elephant ...
... nights accommodation sorted, on the move, its gonna be mental, a challenge but also ******* awesome! Safe. Second yes. We headed straight for the beach, Varkala is beautiful, it's a cliff that is covered in small restaurants, shops and bars and a beautiful sandy beach below. To say there was a bit of a current would be the understatement of the century! It was deadly! We managed to paddle for a bit amongst the enormous waves and then chatted with some people ...