Varkala Marine Palace
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I am at half trip after three months in Asia.The feeling is 'positive, but I could do better, for example, limit my presence in Phuket to a month and spenmore time elsewhere in Thailand or here in India since my Indian visa expires at mid March while I will leave the country a month before. Despite the rubbish and spicy food, India likes more than Thailand.It is a country more 'exotic, more' intriguing than the commercial and modern Thailand and then you notice ...
Varkala is really a gem between the beach below and the village above. I would say a hippie chic place with a captivating atmosphere. Too bad not have known before 'cause it would be better to spend here three weeks and one in Kovalam.I met Nadia and Misha, the Russian couple and three German friendsfrom Saarbrücken and we spent a great evening together in a rooftop bar where it was to be held a concert ...
... and Varkala had the feel of a real tourist town. After relaxing for some time me and Kirsty went off to find a dolphin watching tour which took some time comparing prices and services, we have dolphin watched before but here they said that I am more than welcome to get out of the boat and swim with the dolphins so I was well up for a second round of dolphin watching. Dan got invited on a snorkelling tour by a lifeguard but non ...
... from Fort Cochin and of course Beth and Scott. Randomly, Beth and Scott also know Jill's friend, Nick, from Munnar. This is what I love about travelling though ay, how easy it is to meet people. If you only met someone five minutes ago it's perfectly acceptable to then ask them if they want to join you for dinner or a drink, or if they'd like to grab breakfast. You just ...
The following morning I woke up and figured out my plan. It was going to be a day of many busses to get to my final destination. Onward ho! Now, Indian state bus stations are one for the books. For the most part, you can find someone to help you know where to wait and approximately how long it should be until the bus arrives. Local friends have always given me pointers how to get places and which route would be best but once you get to the next station, another ...