Varkala and Keralan Freaky Stuff Part 2

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The good thing about the Ashram was meeting other like minded travelers with whom I traveled to Varkala, sharing  a flat at the amazing Shiva Garden for a few days with some of them.

Varkala is definitely a tourist spot, but it is so for a reason, and sometimes is nice to have that vibe around – just be careful as everything is more expensive.
Shiva Garden Entrance
Last suntan for Rik at Amantha’s restaurant
Varkala Beach
I decided to stop in Varkala for four days, which is longer than usual as I normally stop two days in each place as I don’t have much time. But this way I got to relax a bit on the beach and with the other guys, also celebrating Roman’s birthday at an amazing homecooked spanish dinner 🙂
Birthday Boy
On the last day we got to see also a small and weird elephant festival at the temple in town which was quite interesting!
Overall, I simply loved Kerala and its people. I couldn’t spend as much time in it as I wanted to, but it was still enough and I denfinitely know where to come back next time I am in India.
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  1. Elena
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    grande carol!!! come ti avevo promesso seguo il tuo blog, sempre foto bellissime! mi sembra che tu te la stia spassando, ma mi raccomando stai sempre attenta bellammamma

    • carolinarin
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      Hahaha graande brava!! Si si stupendo qui, non sono mai da sola. E Alle mi raggiunge domenica in Sri Lanka, quindi no worries 😉

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