Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... that someone else could get in. Whilst chatting to the couple opposite us it also became apparent that the temperature in Kerala is constantly above 30°C all year round. I thought we had acclimatised already but this is a whole new ball game.
Later in the day we checked into our guesthouse. Lake and Paddy is flanked by a main thoroughfare of the backwaters to the front and a vast expanse of paddy fields to the rear. It looks like we have struck ...
... Scottish who saw the potential
of the fertile lands and crops here and who developed a prosperous tea, coffee
and spice plantation business which fell under the remit of the Indian
colonisation by the British.
Kerela is a pricy place to stay, and there are not that any
backpacker friendly options so finding somewhere within our budget, and that
has availability has been a little bit of a challenge but this one popped up
and promises a fully enlightening ...
... to Conoor on the toy train was an interesting experience, but not one I necessarily want to repeat: juddering downhill backwards in a teeny cramped carriage at 5mph for two and a half hours is not that pleasant...
Fort Cochin, on the other hand, way down south in Kerala state, is divine. I spent a week in and around Kochin doint the whole tourist thing - and it was ...
... youngest son, Matthew.
Mrs. Zacharia made all of our food and, as we have experienced elsewhere in India, her homecooked meals were delicious - much better than restaurant food. I really liked her tomato curry, a spicy salsa-like dish, and her chai. As vegetarians, India has spoiled us! Most Hindus and all Jains are vegetarian, so finding suitable meals has been a piece of cake (pun intended). For the carnivores on our trip, Mrs. Zacharia prepared ...
... stories, so I am sorry if it seems scattered and unorganized. I take brief notes everyday, and then fill in the good stuff later on. Eric is always going on about me writing too much (as in 30 seconds ago), and I'm always telling him to add more to his own blog entries. Eh, cest la vie! But, I am finding this writing stuff to be TOTALLY relaxing and enjoyable. It's my thoughts as they come. Oh, and for those of you that know Todd, yes, he's doing just fine down here in India. ...