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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
We left Goa feeling fully chilled and looking much healthier. Now for the most exciting part of the trip so far, our first overnight journey on the famous Indian railways. We arrived at Margoa station at 2045 and it was chaos – pretty standard for an Indian station. Our names were not on the cabin list so there was a slight panic as we tried …
We went on a morning walk with a few other guests and a guide called Binu. He was very knowledgeable about the local plants and life in general on the island we were staying on.
First, we saw a hibiscus plant, apparently you can use it for hair oil to keep your hair beautiful.
Second, we were shown a pepper plant. It looks like a …
We played with the girls until they went off to school.
In the afternoon we went on a 2 hour boat trip with the other guests staying at Green Palms.
It was very nice sitting on the roof of the boat.
We had a brilliant time!
In the evening some carol singers (which weren't at all like English ones!!) came and sang to us while banging …
Home stay. Keralan style
On to the backwaters via a leisurely drive and several nice stops - Church, waterfall, rubber plantation - to a joke restaurant with an absolute double for Manuel - finally as threatened by Lonely Planet the menu was only some sort of list of what they may have once had.. The Keralan Backwaters are below sea level and involve a series of canals …
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The main problem here is it will spoil you for anywhere else in India. Perfection!
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