Hotel Marine Palace
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... I'd not run on the streets yet in India, and I soon realised what I'd been missing out on... Its like running the marathon, people almost cheered me on, waving laughing and shouting encouragement. It was awesome! When I returned back to the hostel, one of the staff members, Vish, requested that I made one of the other guys have a workout... He then convinced Sean and Dutch guy too join us, and before I knew it I was leading a tabata training session for 4 on ...
... garden - it was like Eden. We walked around talking about his plans for a guest house then he cut me down a coconut so I could drink the water, delicious and how cool to be able to pop into your back garden to do that. His mother-in-law demanded that I eat something and brought out some amazing spicy chicken with a pancake roll; it was gorgeous; they spice things perfectly in India so rather than sweat from your eye sockets you taste every ...
... have like to have explored the place at our own pace. So seeing the guide made a fuss we said you can take it or leave it we aren’t giving you anymore. It seems that they assume all foreigners are extremely wealthy and some not all will try and exploit them any way they can.
So after the palace we headed up the main road to an area that has a zoo and gardens. We had heard that the zoo was supposed to be one of the best ones in Asia however that was not the ...
... out hymns on the keyboard with and intermittent, “Hallelujah!” It was a bit of a surprise, experiencing something so related to our own culture but entirely different being in Malayalam, the language of Kerala.
About a fourth of Keralans are Muslim, a fourth Christian, and around a half Hindu. They do seem to have a way of living in harmony like no other place we’ve visited. During the months of February and March Hindu festivals ...
... without any disappointment, that it was missing a reggae bar and there was not a Hawaiian shirt pattern or “island” themed motif in sight. You couldn't be mistaken about where in the world you were. It was very, very Indian. Unlike other beaches, which generally are reserved for tourists to laze around on the sand undisturbed, in Kovalam, daily life continues around the tourists who lie bloated and idle. Fishermen clad in white cloth wraps form lines to haul in the ...