The Capital Trivandrum
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Walked through the city today and went to local market. Not as nice as the marche in Cannes or the markets in Vietnam. Dan and I are such bad parents - could you believe we actually made our daughter walk for ONE HOUR - even when she had blisters on her feet and was hot. Even though our little princess was miserable - I think she did enjoy getting to see how locals shop. I bet she won't complain next ...
From Madurai, I reached first Rameswaram a holy Hindu town that lays in an island near Sri-Lanka and connected to mainland by a long bridge. It was a bad experiece, bad weather, ugly temple and someone stole my MP3 in the bus.
Fortunately the following day was better in Kanyakumari, a holy nice town wit two little islands that guest a huge statue of an Indian guru or poet, and the other a giant palace in honor ...
... wall that plunges down about 30 or 40 metres to the edge of the beach. Pretty much what you expect when someone says, “cliff”, but with a beach at the bottom. Glad we cleared that up. Along the top of the cliff is a winding path dense with stalls and tourist restaurants. Locals sit on stools with their back to the ocean and attempt to entice you into their establishment.
Our guest-house is a bohemian establishment with basic rooms ...
... as the hours drifted by I entered a kind of meditative state which helped me to sort out a few things on my mind. A really nice surprise and a calming experience. The backwaters are a beautiful array of wetlands connected by narrow waterways, all overgrown and lined with coconut trees. Many branches and tiny bridges meant occasionally ducking down, this limbo was also required passing under a few giant spider webs. ...
... Sister Pushpam and the students made us feel very welcome and appreciated in dedicating our daily work to furthering the English education. We had concerns that perhaps we were being underutilized for BGM’s purposes however. We had expected a much similar situation that experienced in Rajasthan with Sambhali Trust and found something quite different. Many of the students at St. Josephs come from the wealthiest segments of society around Neyyar Dam, as ...