Alleppey Prince Hotel
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A really lazy hazy day today.After a late breakfast we found a couple of sun loungers by the pool and basically stayed there all day.We made friends with Martin and Helen who were staying here for a few days whilst on a 3 month stay in Goa.They have just sold their guest house in bourton on the water and taking a well earned winter break.It is cheaper to live here for ...
... Naturalists came on the walk. It was a bit slow moving but we got a sense of what they look for in terms of butterfly's, insects and birds. It turns out the main fellow had taken Christine on a walk earlier and ended it with a sales pitch for the Jehovah's Witness - odd but true. Caleb was slammed hard again by the unforgiving Sea but it is a lesson to learn about the power of water. Everyone made it to dinner for once and we listened to the musicians and had a nice last ...
... going on a voyage down the Allepey waterways and staying overnight on a houseboat. It was dark by the time we arrived at Alappuzha, it was a colonial type building and our bedroom in the main house was really spacious, lots of antique furniture and it did feel like going back in ...
... with no reserved seating left, let alone air con class. So sleeper 2nd class it was. If you've ever watched slum dog millionaire then I feel this would give you a slight indication of the conditions of out train. It was running 40 minutes late...which is not unheard of! By this point made friends with an older American lady who was working/living at an ashram doing a eat/pray/love thing with her life. So safety in numbers and all that, we boarded out train. We found a decent ...
... in India, we stopped along side a cafe that had a few more boats alongside, where our guide disappeared for his refreshment and we ours. The owner of the establishment was a nice man who didn't try and rip us off in the slightest and introduced us to his two tame eagles that sat quite unrestricted on his fence. This was obviously a photo opportunity and part of everyone's boat trip and may I say very enjoyable. On return to the Jetty, probably exactly two hours later, we ...