Day 60: Velankanni Beach. Bay of Bengal. India. - 108 Days Across Eurasia by Martins Ate
Leaded by a will to see one of the biggest Christian churches in India I drove to the Velankanni where the church is located at the sea shore.

I left Kumbakonam at 6 in the morning and arrived at Velankanni only around 9 so the journey took about three hours.

After I arrived and passed through tens and tens pf beggars I finally reached the white cathedral. It was a weird feeling that Hindus are going and praying in it but as I spoke with few locals I found out that their religious believes are like Jesus was a Saint like other Gods. Basically - yogi - who have mastered his mind and used it towards other being happiness.

Afterwards I found a wi-fi and spent few hours on the internet and went to the beach where was located small and cozy temple for Shiva.

I did not swam in the sea even if I wanted to because I did not had any place around to put my belongings and there where too many people around. But I had a fresh coconut juice on the beach!:)

Later I found some peaceful place to sit down and enjoy the amazing music of sea waves beating as they where coming to the shore.

Today at 6 pm I'm leaving from here to Bangalore from where I will take a train to Goa. In my thoughts I'm there already. This Bay of Bengal reminds me how much I missed the sea this summer and how badly I wanted to go to Goa to catch some Sun and lay down in a beach for hours. Can't wait Monday when I'll arrive there.

Are you thinking about that next move in future technology just dont know where to start?

Contact Us
Europe Coin Ltd
Calne, Whiltshire