Vivanta by Taj - Kovalam
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... all so interesting. Each meal, I had to explain to our waiter that due to her religion she needed to help, in some way, in the preparation of the meal. Sometimes she would turn the fire on, or splash the oil in the pot. She explained to me that it is part of her religion that a Jewish person must take some part in the cooking of every single meal. Although my English was better then hers, often it took longer to explain the predicament to the staff then ...
... rice as well to go with this lot)
I went off to download my photos, watching this lot cook was making my stomach growl, the last photo had just finished uploading when he bought out my plate AND a big bowl of rice, their plates were even bigger than mine (mussels are considered to be the best thing around here and they were making the most of them)
We all left clean plates, my lips were tingling, I was sweating slightly, but I had tasted every mouthful ...
... is breathtakingly beautiful, not at all lessened by the fact that every night you look out at the sparkling horizon of what appears to be a small city, maybe about as broad as, say, Regina from a distance on a warm summer night, except you know for a fact that there is no land mass from here to the coast of Africa, so you shake your head in disbelief when you realize that that city of lights is all the local fishing boats at work. Unbelievably beautiful.
... trains sorted....more on this later!!! For the third day in a row we hit up ABBA for brekkie....if it an't broke.....!!!! As we had missed out on yoga we went on a big walk along the cliff top from where we were staying to Edava beach...think it was a few km's away, it was a gorgeous walk and we met a few Indians along the way so stopped and had chats with them & took some gorgeous pics. Lunch was a slight western fusion at the Juice Shack....a wrap for me and ...
We jumped in the Arabian sea, the waves came crashing hard in our faces as we dove in. Ahhhhh refreshing! We cut up that mango, juice was dripping out of it and boy was it tasty. It wouldn't surprise me if someone injected sugar inside. Once we got to the center of it we found maggots inside... We did the only thing we could do and chugged some rhum to kill off anything that might've survived the stomach acids. We walked around the village (tipsy) and met the people. They all ...