Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... bag and purse holders for all the girls and women that crammed in near us. We arrived and made it to our accommodation which isn’t far from the bus station and for $8 a night is great.
We came to Alleppey with the hope of visiting the backwaters as it sits on a series of canals and is popular for house boating and trips in smaller boats down the canals. It actually reminds us very much off Vietnam and even looks similar. We headed into town for ...
... hit the ground 30 seconds ago
Rodney found his self a small pineapple and a bunch of bananas, and then a lovely bunch of coconuts, as you can see by the photos
Well, it seemed like a free for all and we gathered up all these pineapples, bananas and a great big bag of coconuts and shoved them in the boot of the car, I don’t know if we was scrumping or just taking them, but no one seemed bothered in the least, the pineapples were fresh and not the cultivated ...
... so we sat down in a badly painted eating hall with other locals and said, "two please!" with big grins like this :D on our faces. Out came a metal tray and a rice pile the size of an athlete carb loading and then several curries slopped down in front of us and a big crispy papadum, amazing! Our meal was budget blowing at 80 cents each. After eating that we wandered the streets and then trundled down to the wharf in the hot sun to take a gander at all the houseboats. We ...
... us with a delicious treat of rice water and banana bread. Yummie!
As we were making our way back to our room, we stop to brag about how cool composting is to the lame recycle gang, when one of them, apparently having heard enough of our bragging, asks us if we want to dispose of a pile of old ceramic floor tiles by braking them on the rocks on the beach. My response: "Do birds like to fly?" We spent the next half hour smashing those tiles to smithereens. They couldn't ...
... toddler on the pathway. People strolling along to work or riding bicks carrying loads or just chatting with friends you can watch it all from comfort.
I did like the backwaters but as is often the case with a place you have high expectations of i found myself feeling a little flat while we stayed here. We stayed at an excellent homestay with a friendly family ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking