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... something smelly and gooey; street lighting does not appear to be part of the local authorities budget.
After ten minutes I started to get a little concerned. There were canals appearing by the roads that were not on the Lonely Planet map. Since I destroyed my phone I lost my compass too ... it would have been handy. Luckily a young lad stopped on his small motorbike and said hello. He offered me a lift after establishing where I wanted ...
... the most exciting sunsets the sun is red just like in the book I read. It"s a red ball that falls into a slot and then the sky turns red. gorgeous
i fed and petted an elephant that was so amazing and yes Christine I did cry.
More when we get 3G, lots more to share and photos as well
Lots of love
... recited. Krishna has a very poor friend who brings all the food he has as an offering to the God. As Krishna eats the poor man's food, the poor man becomes richer and richer. Hinduism is the only religion where there is no central authority like a church or a mosque, so an offering to the gods has a slightly different and more personal connotation.
The next day we were deciding what to do. It was Tuesday and our plan was to have another day exploring Varkala then head to Alleppey to meet Kiah and John. But last minute, over breakfast, we decided to check out there and then and join them on an impromptu trip to an Ashram. After all the beach time we felt it was time for some more Indian culture! So five of us and five huge bags plus day bags crammed ourselves into a taxi. And ...
... cooking involves fish and coconut!! Often the fish is cooked in a banana leaf and in the coconut sauce. The dishes were exceptional and we headed back to the home stay full, tired, and ready for sleep.
After a western breakfast (curries ...