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The main problem here is it will spoil you for anywhere else in India. Perfection!
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... on a rooftop of another guesthouse a few meters up the road...under an awning, beer in hand and being offered BBQ and jipatti. It's a mixture of guests and guesthouse owners from around town. They compete during the day and party by night!! It was a lovely introduction to Allepey and a great example of how hospitable these people can be! What a great way to end a tiresome day! The next day we headed to the train station to book tickets for our trip tomorrow so as to not be in ...
... place filled with beautiful people. The women were so gorgeous in their bright coloured sari's. I love the colours and the family time we could see happening all around us.
I bought some spices and scarves and perfume oil and tiger balm and a fan. Got some nice shots of the area and was again given the front seat which gave me better opportunities to get them.
We were back to the ship by 15:30 and met with Bob and Marg on deck four ...
... The Ladies and Children's Programme", featuring farming songs and traditional dancing.
Temples also broadcast their melodies across the island and beyond. You'll never get truly lost round here - just follow the sounds.
Exploring by foot, you can follow the canals along thin paths.. sometimes the waterway splits in two ways and then you gotta make a choice - either would be ...
... are essentially a flat dumped on a barge (but very pretty). From the outside they look very traditional with walls woven out of palm trees, but do not be fooled most come with a flat screen tv on the inside and ours with 2 fully functioning bathrooms! More than can be said for most of the guesthouses we have seen! Between the 3 of us we had a dining room, and a balcony to catch some much needed rays as well as a captain and ...
... lazy rivers with Matthew and his brothers singing traditional songs from the backwaters. Bliss!
What a shame that we're only staying for one night....but that's the thing with organized tours. It makes life safer and easier for you but it takes away the freedom of deciding where and for how long you want to stay in a place you like or dislike. Guess I've got to come back here ...