Karthika Plaza Resort
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We decided to stay in India for one more month to take a Yoga Therapy training course in Varkala which is located in the southern most state of India called Kerala. We are on a beach which is beautiful and there are lots of alternative people here taking Yoga and getting Ayurvedic treatments . Kerala is famous for having resorts and clinics which provide ...
... blue swimmer crabs,which are sold at the numerous restaurants to the tourists for dinner. The older fishermen use the same long boats, but fish off the shore, in big groups about 20 using such fine fishing nets that even tiny 5cm long fish are caught. Each haul brings in about 5-10kg of fish ranging in size from 5cm to 30cm. The fish are divided up between the group, and they take some home and go from house to house selling the remainder. ...
... we know it will be here. The cliff edge is home to numerous clothes stall, restaurants,hotels, massage parlours and touristy tat as I like to call it! Whilst strolling along the cliff top its not unusual to hear 'come see my shop, looking is free Sir'. Despite its backpacker vibe, Varkala is essentially a temple town and the main Papanasham beach is aholy place where Hindus come to make offerings for passed loved ones. We didn't have time to go to the towns ...
... and cheaper) than going by plane. We met heaps of other travellers in Varkala, there were heaps of bars with happy hours and cheap cocktails (with ice made from mineral water for our sensitive stomachs). We haven't been going out much in India, as women do not really drink, and we don't like to walk around at night, it generally gets dark around 6.30. So Varkala was a novelty, as the nearest bars were a 2 minute walk from our hut. We ...
... beautiful view, amazing food and sunshine. Cute little town called Vakarla. We stayed two nights in the town. My favourite day was spent eating above the cliff, swimming on the beach, with lots of prying eyes, eating lunch in a beach front cafe...yummy momos (like dimsum)...pedicure (£4) afternoon yoga with a yoga kook on top of his roof...dinner and cocktails the whole day of luxury costing £9. This is a lifestyle I could keep up...one more .75p daiquiri ...