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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
... or, as is often the case, the few dishes that are available) and you're stuck just naming random items hoping you will get lucky.
During the afternoon I wandered down to the beach and saw a massive gathering of Indians right by the shore. As they were all clumped up staring into the ocean I originally thought this was some kind of religious ritual. After speaking to an employee of the guest-house it turns out that a few kids had gone missing after a king-wave had ...
... wanted to come up and chat. We followed a group of three girls who looked about our age, just to see where they went, and instead of being creeped out they were lovely and shy and giggly. School kids came up to practise their English, a young man in a dhoti brought up his baby and made her wave at us. As Keely said, sometimes it's nice being a spectacle. That night, after the communist party had finally gone to bed, we ate a delicious meal on the ...
... in Kerala). We cannot really see to the other side. The lake is criss-crossed by fishing canoes, houseboats and ferries. Apart from the canoes, the boats are fairly distant.
I spent most of this morning lying on a cushioned seat beneath a portico adjacent to the lake, reading my book. Meanwhile Angela went for a massage. She was gone for over an hour and returned a different person. For ...
... a seat thank goodness) but we've paid 172 rupees (£2.06) for the 2of us in instead of 3000 (£35.87) that it would have cost by taxi. This is travelling at its finest! Beachboys on the iPhone, marks blaring a bit of EJ & We're having a great time! 2 hours in and IT'S CHUCKING IT DOWN. Rain??? What is this strange liquid falling from the sky?? For the first time in a long while we are actually quite pleased to see the stuff AND THAT'S SAYING SOMETHING. Sorry ...
22-12 Kochi – Alleppey
We've read in the LP that one of the things to do in Kerala is to see the backwaters. One way of doing this, and that was our initial plan, is to hire a house boat. These come in various forms shapes and sizes, from 5 star floating resorts to nil star barges. Being so close to Christmas the prices (on line) soared to close to 50 euro pp/per night, which made ...
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