Tharavad Heritage Resort
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... lead down to the water, or thrashing their laundry on the stones. We would see women walking home from the rice fields in the evening, children washing in the river, and men laying out the fishing nets from their canoes. Everyone would wave and call out to us. I don't think I'll ever get sick of the waving and saying 'Hiiiii!' game. Other times it was completely silent and the water and the air were so still. A world away from the frenzy and noise of ...
... to take, and we understand that these are responsible for most of the pollution of the Kerala backwaters. There are now over 1,000 houseboats on the backwaters, and in the last 5-10 years, the waters have become too polluted to drink, which is a real shame for the area.
Our next stop is Kollam, but we will save that for our next entry.
Lots of love to everyone at home
Lyndsey & Martin
... and tour boats. Alleppey (or Alappuzha as it's now officially known) was to be our main base for seeing the backwaters, which was about halfway between the two main cities. Getting there however, we made far from simple. After checking out of the Dream Home Inn (for the second time) and scoffing a quick breakfast in Teapot (see previous bracket) we made our way back via the ferry to Ernakulam Junction and bought our ticket to Alleppey, with instructions to board the train on ...
... time with Paulose, such a wonderful guy! Happy we got the chance to meet him.
24th of march.
It's our last night at the Ramada resort.
We've been thinking a lot about Sirianna today! Wish we could have been there, to see and celebrate her. Hope you had a wonderful day!<3 (looking forward to seeing pictures of the little beauty!)
Otherwise we've been out in the sun and chillin' by the pool, watched a movie and booked a night at a guest ...
... my age; I am by far the youngest but hopefully that won't have too much of an effect. My guide also does not seem as experienced so I'm not sure how the tour will go but it's only five days long so I'm not too bothered. I don't think I realised until now just how lucky I was that my last group were so awesome. Fortunately my room mate is a young guy from Manchester and we seem to have a lot in common. He's ...