Varkala Marine Palace
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Varkala is a seaside town perched perilously on a crumbling cliff face. All the restaurants, bars and guest ...
... quite a few cafes/shops along a cliff top path however I had found just one or two shops and a hand full of eateries. That evening I ate at a lovely cliff top restaurant during a jazzy sunset and had an early night.That night the rain kicked in which drew an amazing number of mozzies but fortunately I still had the bad-ass strong stuff Pete had kindly passed on after his trip so was safe.
The next morning I set myself the mission of finding this ...
... your heart for a time, a long time and some, forever. Days become a succession of never knowing what will happen next, were you will end up, what you will see and experience, how you will feel about it and how you will react and, above all, who you will meet and what wonderful being in his/her own way will cross your path. This will almost invariably be followed by a time for farewells when you will wish the friends all the best with your heart ...
... and took a few photos while trying to guess how venomous it was. We later found out it was a non-venomous, non-aggressive keelback but Sam was stoked to see her first wild one. At the restaurant we had lots of fun sharing travel stories with the kiwis and wish them luck for their move back home and wedding in Feb. After 4 days of relaxation we were becoming part if the furniture so it was time to leave for Trivandrum for a flight to our final destination before home, ...
... them, they weren’t moving on the price, but he got a bargain on the fish, big shiny things, there must have been at least 3 kilos there, and he paid 100 rupees and would make a lot of fish curries
We set off back to the hostel, Santeesh was arguing with the driver about the fare price, and it got rather heated, the driver even stopped at one point, I just looked on, the driver wanted 500, Satheesh said 250, considering we had been out for hours and ...