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... Sivananda chanting subsided from my head and it took a bit longer for Zoe. My top tip is that every time a chanting earworm entered my head I blasted it out with 'Sympathy for the Devil’ by the Rolling Stones. It was, however, quite nice to continue waking up early, taking sunrise walks on the beach and even practicing our yoga in an effort to remain flexible. Away from the ashram I actually managed to get myself into a full ...
... shop. I got to try on dresses. It was so much fun! The owner had traveled from New York to San Francisco, down to San Diego and over to Miami. He said we were all so nice to him. Always good to hear! I ended up with a dress. We then went to the Thieves Market that has antiques. I found an old owl cuckoo clock. We went to the Gateway of India, a famous landmark. I guess some of the people that were there are from rural areas, and ...
... I said Irvin. We embarked back onto the ferry and headed to the Croc Park. This was indeed a sad sight for us. These beasts were kept in the worst conditions I had ever seen for a caged animal. The enclosures were barely as long as the crocodile. With a small shallow pool of green slimed water in the middle. Needless to say we wouldn't recommend visiting Steve Irvin's ...
... free to buy. That sums up India for me, go to the middle of the Keralan jungle, inaccessible except by boat and you're still having wooden elephants and tribal masks shoved under your nose. But still, the backwaters themselves were beautiful and the slow boat ride through them was extremely relaxing. It was probably a bit slower than needed as the man rowing/punting this big tourist boat looked like he was pushing 70, but a good trip and very well recommended.
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... Varkala didn't even feel like India. There was plenty of western food available and it was unusual not to have to dodge ****, goats or cows in the street, get ripped off by tuk tuk drivers or try and communicate with unwilling locals. Although it is a backpacker hub Varkala was still quiet and certainly gave us the rest we needed before making our way to the Kerala backwaters.