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After arriving into Trivandrum from Kanyakumari by an early afternoon train, we had a few hours to kill before our evening flight back to Mumbai. So Isaac and I decided to hit up a few rickshaw drivers to find us a place to get some toddy’s, an Indian beer fermented by coconut.

They wouldn’t let us down:


However, we started to feel like this after a few jugs:



Needing a place to cool off from the beer, we then took off one last time to visit a local beach by Trivandrum, before heading straight to the airport with sand in our trunks and all.



- At time of posting in Trivandrum, it was 25 °C - Humidity: 60% | Wind Speed: 5km/hr | Cloud Cover: cloudy