As soon as I arrived in the middle of the afternoon, with almost seven hours of local bus above (or rather below), I went to look for the Palmir Residence. The accommodation was going to be that in principle for the interesting reason that it was the closest to the bus station, was recommended by the Lonely Planet and was a point as good as any other to be the first place to look. It takes care of me
Sureesh and I like him immediately, he is nice and offers me two types of rooms, of 300 or 500 rupees, being the only difference that the most expensive ones have a TV, they are somewhat larger and they have seating and table on the outside, and garden views. How we were only going to spend one night in the hostel and in the morning we went out "on a cruise", there was no advantage going for the most expensive.