Varkala Marine Palace
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... in a cove a wide beach peppered with sunbathing holidaymakers. We have spent three days here now and developed quite a holiday routine. Breakfast at cafe overlooking the beach (omelette, fried potatoes, peppers, onions and tomatoes, wholemeal toast and jam with a hot honey, lemon and ginger tea), followed by a morning of exploring ...
... some fabric, one assistant showed it to me, it was then taken to the lady (assistant b) that measured and cut it, It was then given back to assistant A, who put it in a basket on the counter. Assistant c took it out of the basket and wrote an invoice for it then put both back into basket. I took the receipt out of the basket, moved 4 feet down the counter, handed the receipt to assistant d, who I paid. I then proceed to the next counter to hand over my ...
... into the shore (and into each other, as one retreated from the shore as another swept in), we heard the whistles of two lifeguards who had appeared. We didn't fancy swimming out further than about 20-30 yards, because the depth varied from knee-deep to neck-deep, even in the shallows. So, we took our hint from the lifeguards and called it a day.
Dinner at the Abba Restaurant was very good (although I had a potato cheese burger, which was a ...
... the odd Italian meal. The restaurants are all placed on the top of a cliff looking out to sea, the views are great, get to watch the waves in a morning and fishing boats at night. We've also learnt to play a few different card games whilst being here (i'm (Char) the main winner!) One of the days we took a rickshaw to the train station to buy our tickets from Delhi to Agra for our visit to the Taj Mahal on the 13th. We thought we where ...
... today, we headed back to Jew Town to see Mattancherry Palace and the Synagogue (each cost us a whole 6p to get in). Palace was lovely - didn't look much like a palace from outside but there was a lot about the history of the area and some amazingly ornate hindu murals. Went to watch the sunset over the Chinese fishing nets and then had an amazing meal at the end of a jetty watching the ferry boats come in. Jim braved some chicken - first ...
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