Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... state, which has a separatist government, commonly led
by a communist political party; Kerela also boasts one of the highest levels of
literacy in India, and healthcare, education and social facilities are said to
maintain high standards. Kerela is also noted as being much easier to travel
within due to minimal hassle towards tourists, perhaps even in India this place
is just too humid for hassle, lets see if that’s true!
We took a taxi jeep to our ...
... and went to book tickets for a sleeper train the following week. Turns out that although the sleeper and AC tickets sell out really far in advance, there is a 'tourist quota', which seems to mean that you pay more than double the price and can pick your seat... Sounded like a bribe to me but then apparently that's the system. With our tickets all booked, we went in search of some munch, and found a really cheap vegetarian cafe in the train station. Perfect. Or so we though... We sat ...
... where we will attend her class and then eat up the effort for lunch.
The day does start with a beach walk down to see the fishing fleet bringing in the catch - a colourful site and full of action, diving Brahman kites and crows contesting the tid bits to be found on the beach. Well that was what we witnessed when we got down to the beach at around 8ish. One of our Canadian members had a ...
... we reached the other side we came to a much smaller canal, where I decided to give the old boy a hand and rowed with him as we were moving painfully slow. As we came through the opening it felt like we were canoeing through a jungle. Large palm trees hung over the side of the canal which was full of other types of plant life. We came across villagers who were using the lake for washing, fishing and bathing. The trip went on and we got to ...
... the wife, it’s hard to say no to an invitation like that
The word has got round here, I have all the taxi drivers coming in to shake my hand, buy me coffee (as if, Sid keeps me well supplied) they all look over the wall and wave at me, big smiles from everyone, even the lady that fills her pots in the morning bought me these onion things, nice they were, I have even had the hostels over the road come over and shake my hand, its rather embarrassing really, but it has ...