Nelpura Heritage Homestay
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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
... the UK. He asked for a 1kg - 15 pounds - ok I would not mind if this would not be India, but frankly it is too much and the guy did not want to negotiate, he said it is a treasure and if not us some other tourist will buy it. We bought half kilo, but it was still too much. We were heading for lunch stop and our cook prepared perfect food for us. It was super delicious. We arrived to our night stop - well we supposed to be in the lake, but we stayed ...
... the fields? Go to school? A fellow traveler on a different boat just stopped by to chat. He's a PhD student in Chennai, I couldn't understand what he's studying, but he will be coming to the US soon, to NYC. Last night a family from another houseboat said hello - they were Indian, but living in the UK. Everyone is so ...
... drove to the 'hotel' which we would have come to tomorrow. Today no one was allowed to work and all local shops were closed. Our driver was extremely nervous.
Our new hotel is very isolated and only has about 6 rooms! As far as we can tell, only one other room is occupied. I should mention that the rooms are very large. My bathroom is bigger than my bedroom at home. The bath/shower is sunken and you go down steps to get in!
... his face suddenly changed and he hurriedly informed us that the train doesn't go to Alleppey as the track forks before it. Looking back, the gangway was jammed full of people and we upset a lot of them as we forced our way off again before the train departed. Exhausted with the effort in the heat we recouped on the platform and waited a further hour before our train arrived and we pulled off in relative comfort. In Alleppey we found a rickshaw driver who took us via every ...
... and taking a dip. Through the temple and outside we had our first taste of an authentic Indian chai stall. The guy serving up was showing off a little and took stretching the chai to extremes. Stretching is where they pour the tea between two cups to mix it all up and make it a little frothy. We got some pics and he loved being the centre of attention for a while! He was wobbling his head a lot and smiling ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet