Post you can get back and have a lunch you love and spend the afternoon at the Vivekananda and the Gandhi Museum which are near to each other and have a peaceful yet a learning afternoon. During our visit the local people had made a sand model a tribute to late PM Vajpayee ji. So if u visit on some occasion you might see some sand art too on te beach.
Evening it was time to visit the Trivenisangam, here the three sea meet eachother the Arabian sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. A Orange flag is set up at this point as a tribute to the great legendary king Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and a mark of Hinduism. The people over here have a great respect. If you are from Maharashtra especially Satara they will respect and help you a lot as we had been. You get to see the best sunset at the same spot and thus, with legs in sand and water seeing the sunset makes you feel more refresh.
Thus, after this we captured the beautiful memories of this place and moved back to the hotel. Packed the bags and back to the railway station and then the next morning back to Thanjavur.
Note: for the students this trip is worth enjoying. Also you can visit the was museum if you have extra buck in your pocket. Prefer travelling in local transport it will be cost reducing and more fun.