Alleppey Prince Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... tastes much the same as the Polish pampuch or Czech houskovy knedlik and looks similar too; we felt right at home ...we learnt that "chili porotha" can actually mean spicy vegetable curry and "vegetable balls" - rice with vegetables; that's creative English right there! ...we understood that Indian copywriters don't beat about the bush and call spade a spade - they don't advertise "lingerie" - they just proudly sputter: "Bras and panties!" (publicity on a ...
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From Alleppey we took a tuk-tuk to the train station, but unfortunately the next train was supposed to depart at 12.30 and since we had our tickets from Kochi to Goa already bought for 14.00 this wasn´t an option for us. We had to take a local bus back to Kochi. The bus was really overcrowded but since we had to take a train we didn’t have many options and went with this overcrowded bus, not the best way how to ...
... woman stayed on Eric's side of the curtain, and I got the man that was previously at the card table. I am under the impression he runs the show here. He was a short, younger guy, with your typical nicely groomed Indian black hair and perfectly trimmed mustache. I kept my eyes kept my eyes clothes for most of the next 70 minutes. After about ten minutes of being rubbed down in the smelly oils he departed to Eric's side of the bed sheet, I heard the woman leave Eric's side, and ...
... then next year they build it all again. I was quite shocked about this but I suppose everything would just get trashed and rot in all the rain. Time to move on me thinks. When I arrived in Nepal in March i found that my fingers swelled and my rings kept getting stuck when we were trekking. Now in Goa my rings have been falling off on the beach & in the shower. I'm not sure if my fingers are shrinking! 21st April. We've had a fan-dabby-dozey last day in Palolem, Goa. We had ...
So it's an 8am starts for our cannoe trip and we're taken in a rickshaw to the start point. We meet an American couple that were sharing the cannoe trip who seem nice although we're both hungover! Our canoe captain asks all our names and introduces himself then off we go. We paddle slowly through the backwaters which are palm fringed and beautiful. The sounds are of women doing laundry in the villages and children washing and playing in ...