Vrindavanam Heritage Home
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... still fermenting it was opened with a pop. The price was rs200 per litre. We had a glass with our guide, which tasted like a fermented coconut pop with a slight taste of yeast. The toddy also had dried grapes in. We decided to purchase another bottle for later and were motored back to the starting point right outside springs inn. We stopped at cafe paradiso for an iced coffee and a cardamon lassi, which was very interesting, but the black iced coffee was a bit too ...
... and mother's house, his grandmother was sat in the window staring at thin air and he didn't even shout to say hi or wave! We stopped at a 200 year old house which was owned by a god in Alleppey, he was Christian and from Italy. Helped to build schools and give education, hospitals and provide medicine for cholera (he didn't do a very good job at educating people now you get cholera because they're splashing about in that canal like it's the cleanest and safest water in the ...
... than being pleased, will actually feel cheated – of the more ludicrous amount you'd be willing to pay."
I don't exactly know when I started getting the hang of it. Maybe it was making it a fun game. Maybe it was realizing that the sparkling garlands of painted elephants were either a 360 Rupee ($6) rip-off or a 240 Rupee ($4) steal...and that 2 bucks was really not that much to be cheated out of...And besides, I always knew I was getting the "foreigner" deal, ...
... to get a picture of a bird in flight. After an hour we dock for the night and jump on land for a quick look, we see a kingfisher and lots of egrets in the pond nearby. Back onboard we agree on 7pm for dinner and sit back to watch the sunset. Dinner is chicken curry, ochre, daal, chapati, buttered vegetables, basmati rice. Again delicious. Tea and cut orange and pineapple to finish then off to bed. The tilt of the boat rocks us to ...
... to all other road users. He drove like he had a death wish and I lost count of all the near misses and close calls as he screamed past other buses on the motorway and down narrow back roads at break-neck speeds. Arriving in Alleppey we grabbed a quick dosa for dinner and walked a short distance to our first choice hotel that we hoped was still open and had a spare room. The gate was still unlocked and we managed to negotiate a good rate for ...