The Gateway Hotel Janardhanapuram Varkala
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Varkala
... nor comforted by this fact, we boarded, and spent the next two days and nights sitting on our deck, reading, eating Vishnu’s excellent meals, watching birds and playing cards with Moritz, a young man from Germany and fellow Couchsurfer whom we’d met back at Jay’s place. Those two days aboard that boat were possibly the most relaxing thing I’ve ever done, and were spoiled only slightly by one fact. Although we had expected the boat to travel 85 ...
... beer appears on no menus and is served in pottsry mugs - no bottles in sight!).
The four days at Varkala were very relaxing - we spent all our time there apart from a short trip into Varkala town where we had lunch in a local vegetarian restaurant and enjoyed our first masala dosa since leaving India a month previously. We could certainly imagine spending longer there ...
... said the man's father made the money, and the father would never have done such a thing. Don't worry Mom and Dad, I only want a little one story at the beach. That was yesterday. Today, I went to the airport for my flight to Kerala. I went upstairs waiting for my flight. Just as we were ready to board, these officials came looking for me. They asked if I had an explosive device in my checked luggage. I said no, very seriously. You ...
... returned from India, it seemed goals were all that mattered. Prestige, success, the nods of approval from widely known symbols and the weight which they seemed to carry. The game of confidence consumed me. I felt that my life had been a catalog of indecision. My intuitive pulls, my need for philosophy, literature, and intellectual stimulation; they all seemed to have brought me to a place of meaninglessness. It seemed I had nothing to show for my time on Earth save ...
... to let a challenge go by I got stuck in AGAIN
I have no need to repeat the description again, but if you can image, a furnace being lit in your mouth and it burning its way to your stomach, you will have some idea of what it was like
I ate the lot, roti bread, rice and left a clean bowl,
I was asked if I wanted more, I had to say no, I couldn’t go through that again, I said I was full and that one bowl was enough for me