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With only 250 guests in attendance, this will be the ceremony to exchange rings. 5 months from now in August 1000 ...
... not to mention the bodycare. Pink lotuses scattered all over meanders, swaying palm trees reflect on the murky waters, dugout canoes with fishermen plowing the canals, school children overwelming little canoes are ferried from one side to the other and houseboats gently pass by with their guest laying on chaise longue having breakfast and enjoying the scenary. The school kids on the boat enternain us with loads of questions: what's our name, where are we from, whether we like ...
... chutneys served with rice on a banana leaf. The food was so fresh and delicately spiced, unlike any indian food I've had before. Following lunch we went out for another hour on the canoe before returning by ferry to town and a well earned wine with dinner. Having not much else to offer except for the backwater tour, I left the next morning on my way down to Varkhala for some more relaxed beach action.
... chef. We set sail into the afternoon sun feeling very smug with ourselves (especially with 2 beers on board).
It needs to be said that whilst we have been staying in Fort Kochin, we have tried many establishments for dinner...most have been disappointing. The curry has had no spice and tasted like overcooked vegetables in bisto! However after after half an hour of sailing on the houseboat we were amazed by the feast ...
... safe and dry...We had another superb meal of chicken and various curries before the driver headed home for the night and the cook bedded down in the corridor at 8.30pm. Bed on the boat was a hot and damp affair (not in a good way), with electricity turned off in the morning and thus the loss of the tiny fan we had, I couldn't wait to get out of the room. We were greeted with a lovely omelette breakfast with fruit, toast and coffee before heading back to ...