Alleppey Prince Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... br> Yes, Gujarati name. I'm half Indian. *confused expression*
No, I just like having a beard.
No. Most people in my country marry around 30, and only love-marriage.
Yes. I did an internship in Bangalore, now I’m backpacking.
What did you do in Bangalore? (only by good English speakers)
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... better than our previous taste. These shops mesmorized me as they are full of bags and bags of crisps in all varieties and you can watch some being fried fresh and then order however many grams you like. We stayed in a basic guesthouse, with an awesome rooftop cafe(although the service was very slow), just a shortwalk from the beach. The stretch of beach we strolled to was the dirtiest (full of litter) beach I think I have ever seen. Shame really as the sand ...
... could compete with a five star resort, it's that nice. Two captains, Joseph and Mani, and one full time attendant, Donald, are on board to show us some of Kerala's back water canal villages and spoil us completely. A one night stay, all meals, chai tea, and snacks included for about the price of a one night stay at maybe the Westin or Sheraton in Boston. Last night, over our Indian dinner, we also had several little lizards on board, feasting on flies and other insects, while we ...
This entry was written by Laura Woke up, had some big spiders in the bathroom to start the morning with a girlie scream (from Hadley). We headed to the house boat jetty. Hadley and I got a tuk tuk as we had all our bags whilst the others walked as they only had day bags. Hadley and I got some snacks and then had to travel through two other boats before we got on to our boat for the day. The boats are designed to look like traditional rice ...
... are all made of wood, with canopies of woven reeds. Some were huge and some were tiny. Lots of people wanted to wave to us and take photos, possibly because I was wearing a bikini and they had never seen knees or shoulders before apart from their own. Locals were washing themselves, clothes and crockery in the water we were sailing on. It didn't look that dirty but all the houseboats are petrol powered so it can't have been that clean either.