Vivanta by Taj - Kovalam
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... temperature and let's face it, you were already soaked to the bone thanks to your oozing sweat glands.
As we jumped off the bus at the other end we bumped into another couple I'd briefly met in Alleppey who advised us that they were leaving, they hated Kovalam because it's a complete rip off. Hmm... ...
... its "paid"stamp to assistant f...who had been handed my fabric by assistant e. F put it into a carrier bag and my purchasing experience was completed...
Anyway, back to our journey to Varkala...rickshaw to Alleppey train station. Short queue at counter, excellent! Managed to freeze out the guy who thought he could push in front of me. Tried to book seats for the train...I could book train tickets, but to get reserved seats, we had to book 3 days ...
... spasms, I'd had that too and put it down to the adrenalin thing again....the body not coping with relaxation after stress. It was a bit odd, all of a sudden everyone left the restaurant and about 5 well fed chaps came in, I took it they were local businessmen as they were wearing their trouserbands around their portly stomachs, they had the trademark smart sleeveless shirts on, the dyed black hair and the ...
... needs to cover those body building arms of his! The photos are still happening.. Like right now, I'm writing this in the hotel lobby and the hotel staff are taking photos of me on their cellphones. One of the major differences between the South and the rest of India are the languages spoken. The four major languages, Kannada (in Karnataka), Malayalam (in Kerala), Tamil (in Tamil Nadu) and Telugu (in Andhra Pradesh) are all Dravidian languages ...
... and served on a hot plate. Delicious! This is also where the cocktails started with strawberry daiquiris. After food holly, Neil, Bani and I went to rock n roll cafe which is Varkala's version of a bar with Moroccan style seating, a small dance floor area and the do was an I pod but the music was good and the cocktails were £1 each! Needless to say we took full advantage of the drinks and had a little dance too. Highly recommend this place for a holiday, my favourite place so ...