The Gateway Hotel Janardhanapuram Varkala
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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we've not had a great time in Varkala, cos the hotel is ****. Just letting you know we're ok though.
had some great food in a cliff top place called Cafe Del Mar. In fact its the only place worth mentioning. the problem has been that its off season, so most of the places in the south are closed as they are preparing for …
... a baby calf who was resting on the ground. The smell was very organic!
The electricity went off soon after we arrived and Debra said it could be off from five minutes to five hours! Luckily it came back on after about ten minutes so we got to eat a delicious variety of Keralan curries served on banana leaves. We ate our way through rice, Dahl, banana curry, chick pea, cauliflower, bean, pineapple, carrot, potato and several other ...
... curry and chapati. He showed us how to chop things then handed out various ingredients for us to cut up and I attempted to do so without chopping the tops of my fingers off. Artur and Ruth clearly use their kitchens at home for more than reheating last night's takeaway in the microwave, making a nice cuppa and retrieving wine from the fridge. They seemed to find this dealing with ingredients thing a lot easier than ...
... Carlile typed up your messages and they put a huge smile on my face!
At Christmas I was in Kerala, which is in the South of India. Kerela has more Christians than anywhere else in India so it was a great place to be during the festive season!
... bite on his head :(
Took a tuk-tuk (Jim's first tuk-tuk experience) to Mattancherry and Jew Town to have a wander round. Really cool marked with lots of antique shops and the regular clothes, spices etc. There were coach loads of Germans from the cruise ships which was quite funny - they all crocodiled around the market with matching orange caps on - the locals could see the money flowing in with every ship load. Bought ...