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... in Melbourne. We had to change trains in Kollom where we stood at the station with at least 400 other Indians. We were the only Westerns amongst them. The connecting train carried that strong scent that you can smell here from time to time. India is full of new smells...some of them not desirable. After leaving Alleppy at 2.30 we arrived home at 8.30 just in time for dinner. Travelling like this is a tough gig at times, but the wonderful moments out weigh the hard work ...
... lie under. All very civilised. The food in Kerala is also a major highlight. Lots of fish with tomato and coconut sauces. Very delicious. At the sea food restaurant, the waiter wheels around a trolly containing the fresh catch of the day. You can then decide how you want it cooked. Not too spicy please! After 2 days at the beach, I board a traditional rice barge or "kettuvallam" to drift along Kerala's Backwaters. It's very relaxing. There are ...
... small islands and along the new city side of the harbor. Although the weather was hot and humid there was a constant breeze to keep us cool.
After the cruise, JoRina negotiated with a tuck-tuck driver to take us to the Taj Resort, as Victoria our cabin steward recommend we go there. JoRina had asked our guide what the fare should be while we were on the cruise and stuck by the price. The driver agreed to wait ...
Having thought we were just nipping next door, we were over the moon to discover that our next destination was 20 km away. Ensuring we would be seeing a new dimension to the Backwaters. Pooppallys came highly recommended and rightly so. Joseph and Cecilly Pooppally - our hosts - are the most wonderful couple, who opened their house to guests some 20 years ago - originating the concept ...
... one, for reasons only she felt, we went via taxi. Now I complain, but the ride took 7 hours in lieu of 12, and the taxi had windows, which was a luxury the bus did not, (first time I saw that) add to that, we had our own stop and shop options. All these things made the choice all the better. She wanted it, and she footed the bill to boot, positives bout the little diva it seems.
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The main problem here is it will spoil you for anywhere else in India. Perfection!
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