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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... nights accommodation sorted, on the move, its gonna be mental, a challenge but also ******* awesome! Safe. Second yes. We headed straight for the beach, Varkala is beautiful, it's a cliff that is covered in small restaurants, shops and bars and a beautiful sandy beach below. To say there was a bit of a current would be the understatement of the century! It was deadly! We managed to paddle for a bit amongst the enormous waves and then chatted with some people ...
... And a phobia of hospitals that is more intense that when I went in.
Put it this way when I spent months in hospital with my dad in intensive care, I would go weak at the knees! And get hot flushes and I was just a visitor - and I saw many people die in ICU, so there really aren't nice places.
I think my friend had, had enough of my drama at one point - as she said -It is an Indian hospital what do you expect!!!
Please just get me home ...
... maybe 15mins to remove probably 10,000 t-shirts from the shop. I headed back to the fire and saw that a bucket brigade had been set-up so joined in the line and spent the next hour hauling water until the fire service eventually turned up and got everything under control.
It was so encouraging to see most people (tourists and locals alike) just knuckle down and help out where they could. Some tourists just stood by ...
... for deceased family members. All of these different functions come together here in a very special mix.
Hindu priests sit available for these ceremonies on the beach protected by big sun umbrellas. The aim of those ceremonies is to bring peace to the souls of the deceased. All kinds of offerings are prepared along with many different recitations: flower garlands, incense sticks, fresh fruit, rice and sesame seeds. Camphor is mixed with oil and lit. ...
The Other Side of Sabarimala (India)
Pathanamthitta town in central Travancore is southern Kerala's gateway to the famous Sabarimala shrine. On the way from Pathanamthitta to sannidhanam by taking a deviation to the right at Plappally one can skirt around the abode of Lord Ayyappa through one of the most stunning forest trails of Kerala. The road takes you through the Nilackal church, Angamuzhy town, Moozhiar ...
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