Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... Maya slept the entire time. We arrived in Alleppy around midnight. Dark empty streets met us. This was a situation we had spoken about not getting into before we left. One bloke shadowed us on his bike, offering lodging at his place for a cheap rate as long as we jumped on the back of his Honda Hero (Indian's bike of choice). We passed that up and were lucky enough to find a room for $10. We were asleep within 10 minutes. Alleppy is famous for its long ...
... with excitement as we made our way to the boat, we had nicknamed Jane. Once we were aboard we met our 3man crew; the captain who will be referred to as the driver from now on, a first mate and a chef. We were served coconuts to drink, we had been wanting to try these since we discovered what they were, as we have been told they are super good for you with lots of electrolytes and stuff in, great for a hang over apparently. I thouht coconuts were brown and hairy ...
... but some pockets of land had man made barricades to eke water in the canal, off of roads, and away from homes. We passed many rice paddies so lush and green. The women wore little umbrella hats while picking the grains. Similar to the woven hats in Vietnam, but these were much more colorful, blues, pinks, and purple. We also saw a lot of wildlife, toms of ducks, grayish flamingos, and a peacock with its tail feathers still attached! This area of Kerala appears to be even ...
... Ok ill have 1 of them!' This is a way of life out here. Like catching a tooktook & he stops 10mins on the side of the road for a phonecall. Mark says 'are you ok?' After waiting in the back in the boiling heat and he just says 'ok' jumps back in and carries on driving like nothing's happened! I've had fun collecting little pretty shells on the beach today while mark shade bathed supping a fruit juice. He's slightly burnt today. Whilst hobbling round the boiling hot sand ...
... was quite dark on the boat to deter the insects. We could see in the distance some lightening. The boat staff started pulling down all the shutters as the storm was coming closer. We moved downstairs and watched the storm whilst drinking some fruity cocktails made by Lisa and playing some games. We then went to bed and could hear the storm slowly pass, at one point all the stars were out whilst lightening was still flashing, quite an impressive ...
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