Sreekrishna Ayurveda Centre
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- Airport Transportation
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... day to walk around town, and took a bus out and back to Alleppey Beach - extremely hot and nothing to offer! A fair proportion of the day was therefore spent lazing/recovering at the homestay.
Day 4: Another day on the water! (21 hours, to be precise) in a houseboat. It was just delightful to have a houseboat to ourselves, with 3 crew, to sail around the backwaters, have excellent meals prepared for us (even stopping to purchase fresh large prawns to ...
... and forget about the rest of the world. I was tempted to find similes to Venice, the Florida Everglades and the Norfolk Broads but the reality is that this is the backwaters of Kerala and no similes are necessary.
The canoe trip turned out to be a great choice. We were collected in the morning by Sandosh who took us to his home where his wife had arranged a breakfast of dosa pancakes and a chickpea curry. He then took us all around the area on ...
... considered heading into Delhi town for dinner but the lure of just relaxing in decent surroundings, with a decent cocktail bar and restaurant right there, backed by fantastic friendly customer service, was just too great. It was going to be tough packing up the next morning, part of us wished we could just stay here for a while, then fly direct to Thailand and skip out South India but given all the good reports we’d heard about ...
... Then on a bus and up into the Nilgiri hills for Ooty (real name Udagamandalam), legendary Queen of the Hills - all emerald green tea plantations and toy railways.
Not the best time of year to visit, it was cold and damp, and the YMCA was expensive, dark and draughty - and the food was rubbish too, so I didn't stay long.
Or more affectionately named Allepey, this was the gateway to the famous Kerala backwaters; an intertwining waterway system that is used by locals in the same way the Venetians use theirs. Fortunately most tourists stay in the main town just north and come down for their backwater trip and leave again so it was actually still rather local in the main town.
I pulled into town and was stopped in the street by a tout for a guesthouse, dubious I ...