- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The Taj group is supposed to be good. They had a pool and they assured us that the workmen would be finished drilling by the time we got there. That turned out to be a lie, and the hotel was **** and so were the staff. So, after 2 failed attempts to make Varkala work, we've sampled the Keralan food and are going to get the next flight out of here.
Goa tomorrow...hopefully it will better
love, Chris and Celia xx
... back along the path and this time when we were asked to go down to the fishing nets Jacci said she would go. We talked to the men who were working them. We watched them catch some fish and learned the ropes, literally. We even helped them out and pulled the net up ourselves-- or with a lot of help. But it was a lot of fun. They caught a poisonous frog fish (only if you eat it) that I got to hold. He was a little squirmy and almost jumped right ...
... 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...
... great to be a country boy again. There was nature everywhere and because there are a lot of prawn ponds in this area there resides a healthy selection of birds to look at including many kingfishers which were really striking and lots of shags, which are very much like cormorants. I remembered them from school as typical boys we'd kept turning to that page in the bird books in the class room and giggling. It's ...
... furniture and her small staff and network of friends couldn't be more helpful and gracious. After our early morning arrival and most welcomed shower she offered to take us on her morning walkabout to orient us to the area. A very pleasant walk to the "Old India" beach area and then on to the newer "tourist" or "clifftop" area filled with guesthouses, hotels, restaurants and shops. Both very interesting areas. Debra introduced us to several shopkeepers ...