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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
... in Melbourne. We had to change trains in Kollom where we stood at the station with at least 400 other Indians. We were the only Westerns amongst them. The connecting train carried that strong scent that you can smell here from time to time. India is full of new smells...some of them not desirable. After leaving Alleppy at 2.30 we arrived home at 8.30 just in time for dinner. Travelling like this is a tough gig at times, but the wonderful moments out weigh the hard work ...
... asked to sit outside under the mango tree where Our chutney probably came from, and we had some sweet chai tea. As I was filling in his review sheet Bridget almost got hit on the head by a falling mango. I then tried my luck fishing with his little fishing rod, I got a couple of bites but was unsuccessful at getting one in. Sutososh then took us for one more ride in the canoe round the lake before arriving at the dock again to be picked ...
... in Kerala.
We boarded THE FLOATING DAYS HOUSEBOAT for a day cruise from the Alleppey Boat Jetty. It’s an experience that will stay on with me for a long time – relaxing in the comfort of the houseboat, watching backwater lifestyle in quaint villages passing us by, fishermen ...
... round that Russians won’t be getting any rooms round here anymore, a bit of a shame, there was a family that ate here, they had kids and they were fine, didn’t speak any English, but they did make the effort and used Google translator on my iPod, which made for some strange conversation (its not the best), the kids liked playing games on my tablet (I guess with games you don’t need to understand, they are pretty universal, well, angry birds are)
So here I ...
... and the creak of Chinese fishing nets lowering and rising in search of prawns.
Also spent a whole day and night on a punted kettu vallam, or rice barge (literally a boat with knots, with thatch made from plaited palm fronds).
Hard work for the boatman, both punting and pulling the barge along.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet