The Quilon Beach Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... ready to be made into mats, little houses and lots of ducks. The hours flew by and all of a sudden it was finished and we headed back to the office. There wasn't a lot else to do in Kollam so we opted to head straight to Varkala and spend the weekend at the tourist beach before our flights, mine to Indonesia and Willem's to Nepal. 2 buses and a rickshaw later for a 30 minute journey we arrived at the stunning north cliffs of Varkala ...
... my left hand, and the controls being all "backwards", and the craziness of driving in India, and the rain, I knew I would not only feel safer, I would BE safer, if I was driving myself. So I just walked around to the drivers side and said, I am driving. I didn't give him a choice. I just told him that I needed to drive. He accepted and got in the passenger side and off went went. The driving went well for me. I was no longer afraid for my life. The car handled well ...
... a dear fiend of mine, who I had not seen for more than 20 years. We got to meet his family and were staying with him. The rains that we had left behind in Kerala had caught up with us in Trivandrum. It was like it never
stopped at all.
We were homebound for the morning. I stopped by the District Panchayat office where my friend had some business. The highlight of the day was our ...
... rafting and Caving.
From Wayanad we then had a long hot drive passing through fishing villages to Cochin (kochi) in the state of Kerala pop. approx 1.4 million.
Had our first true South Indian Kerala curry, a very small whole fish (by Australian standards) roasted/fried with a mild curry sauce.
Points of interest in Cochin:-
Ferry to Fort Cochin
St. Francis Church, India's oldest European ...
... to call it a day as it was getting dark. So he stopped and asked a group of fellas by the road near a fire. So after another 20 mins chatting away he runs back and says he has one last lead, next thing we know we are off the main road driving up a dirt track. So Leela's plan was just to take a picture of the family home but we pull up to this place and there was an old woman sweeping the yard. Sreejith gets out and has a chat and next thing you ...