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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
... out that all or none of these might be offered and in this case they had half the number of rooms and none of the stated facilities. You may recognise this rant from the Vietnam portion of our journey, but it is significantly worse here. It turned out this wasn't even the real Funky Arts, merely a relatively new addition to the owner's portfolio of real estate.
They generously offered to let us sleep on mattresses on the floor. When asked how much this would cost ...
Hi, Lucy here. Just a quick note to say I want to live on a houseboat forever, and spend my life drifting around the Keralan backwaters, please. In Alapuzzha we hired a houseboat, woven out of cane like the old rice barges, and spent a day and a night floating around canals and waterways lined with palm trees and shining green paddy fields. Sometimes the canals were lined with pink and blue houses and we would see women washing dishes on the concrete ...
... substantial to eat.
We had a lovely dinner at the Royale Park hotel restaurant (recommended by Thomas & Matthew), although Mr H is now back to eating Chinese food again. On returning to the homestay, we found a baby gecko in our room - he is very cute, but Mr H says we can't keep him.
On Monday 11 November, we had our backwater tour, starting at 8.00 am, until 1pm. By this time, Mr H was feeling ...
... fisherman's pub with only local, dingy light, everyone with a beer in their hand. Marks tells me a few stories about the places (grot-holes) that he's been to in the past. I think it's great that we are experiencing some of these 'what are we doing in this place' moments together now. It's funny...& India in a nut shell is FAR from glamourous. India is beyond statement, for anything you say, the opposite is also true: it's rich and poor (1extrene to the other and they ...
... swim it's back on the boat for 2 hours of tranquility. Kelly and I both fall asleep at one point! We stop for lunch prepared by our canoe captain's wife at his home in one of the backwater villages the villagers still live avert simple life here with small homes. A traditional Keralan lunch on a banana leaf, fish, rice, coconut curry veg and pickles, delicious. We sit and chat to his wife for a while who speaks a little English and is ...
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