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Champakulam P.O., Alappuzha, Kerala, 688505, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Champakulam P.O., Alappuzha.
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    Travel Blogs from Alappuzha

    All the rivers run

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Feb 15, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... father etc.... All the boats are scheduled to leave the dock at 12 and we were starting to get discouraged with the constant turn downs. We'd endured a five hour bus ride to get on one of these boats and things were not looking positive. Dripping with sweat and with Maya's chin dragging in the dust we headed to the dock for a final crack. For the first time, we wanted someone to come at us peddling their wares. Hark...our shinning night appeared. At first we were ...

    Life on the backwaters

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Feb 06, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... get on the coconut shy/Asda but fresh coconuts are really large and green and over here(especially at road side stalls) they chop the very top of with a machete and then stick a straw in the very small hole for you to drink the juice, its actually very hygenic and relatively cool, I have to say I wasn't keen, and just kept thinking if you can get tequila down your neck, you can drink this! With a final check of the boat by the crew we were off! Our crew ...

    Houseboat Cornucopia and Finding Jesus in Kerala

    A travel blog entry by davidobrienvt on Nov 27, 2013

    16 photos

    ... than Goa was, another sign of Portuguese influence in the area. The people here are incredibly devoted to their faith. Along the canals, we passed by many churches. Most boats, schools, and shops had the name of a Christian saint in it. I am fascinated by religions around the world. I find religious celebrations to be, almost always, a beautiful display of human spirit, art, faith and community. This is definitely the case here in Kerala. While there are definitely pockets ...

    Making our way down South

    A travel blog entry by stephthetwin on Apr 27, 2013

    40 photos

    ... to an older English woman who was doing the same thing, she can't lay on her front so this was a way she could tan her back..we both slowly baked in the heat. I knew i'd been out there for too long when my vision started to boggle & everytime i bent down my knees slowly begun to buckle. Every now and then groups of Indian blokes would stroll by. Sometimes id jump in to the sea to avoid any conversation 'madaaaam' or a whistle but now and then the occasional indian handed me ...

    Backwater banter

    A travel blog entry by needswashing on Jan 08, 2013

    1 comment, 23 photos

    Having met up with Tom and Giulia (Italian version of Julia I believe) we spent one night in Aleppy. Arriving pretty late in the day, we just had some food then went off to search for a house boat. We took the 4th one we saw, and decided to have it for 2 nights as well. This was quite a splurge as these are not cheap boats to rent, we paid rs8000 (90) for each night we had the boat. Not that bad between 4 and ...