Palm Ayurvedic Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... recommended us his friend's restaurant (surprise, surprise), which was dimly lit, set in a terrace overlooking the sea, and was playing a real mix of ambient music. We took a 'quick browse' in a neighbouring shop and bought half of the contents (whoops!) before ordering a beer and some food, which was just amazing, and sat there for a few hours playing cards with the owner, Babu, before heading home to bed. We went exploring for breakfast further down the cliff, ...
... quickly once we were on straight roads. I wasn't a fan of the formula 1 style driving which made me want to vomit every time the driver overtook another vehicle or took a sharp turn at speed.There was also a strange movie on when we arrived which was ridiculously loud. I think it was meant to be a horror but I found myself laughing out loud, alone! Next stop Bangalore! :-) PS. Sorry about the lack of photos here. Lots more for my next blog. I am almost done on my next blog ...
Varkala take 2
With our spare week we decided to come back to Varkala and have booked into a slightly more upmarket/expensive hotel with a swimming pool! The sun here is really strong, so having a pool to jump into will be lovely! The original hotel we looked at was fully booked but they had a sister hotel with a room availiable so we booked ourselves in for week. Hooray no sand for us! Nikhil, our hotel, has only been open for about 6 months (we believe ...
... and nothing more would be done about it if I shouted and ranted.
One morning, sat at Blue Marine, we looked out across the sea and spent ages watching dolphins surface, time and time again. It was the best shown of them that I have ever seen, with big smiles, we sat back and enjoyed our view and our coffee.
Our four days were extended into six days, but it was time to move to Allepey, or Allapuzha as it is correctly called, but pronounced alla-poora...
... seems that a lot of the tourists are here for some time, or staying only in Kerala - rather than touring India, as we are. The swim in the sea was great, though with torrid waves and strong currents. The combination of a shallow sea-shore, craggy cliffs and a deep, vast ocean not far out made the waves quite big, but it was pleasant to swim up to waist-deep. We didn't spot any lifeguards either - but then, after a time, when the waves really started ...