Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... banana pudding for dessert. Our CEO also had a sampling of toddy, a raw coconut liquor, which most people found undrinkable. I didn't mind it, so I offered to polish off other's unfinished glasses. It had a slightly sour coconut taste. It was fine to swallow down, but not something you would sip for the flavour. I get an involuntary squirm when I shot tequila, so this was nowhere near that ...
... on the inside as well as on the outside of a bathroom door ...at night from the terrace of our hotel I witnessed a singing contest between a local imam and a howling dog - hard to say which one was lovelier - see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-e_jb4p de0 to make up your own mind ...we had a beer on the beach in Aleppey coupled with some spicy pepper and banana fritters! ...we took a backwaters cruise and Kama rode an elephant - both experiences great ...
... to keep score during rummy tournaments and have a happy marriage.
38. Just because you think your husband knows you need your purse doesn't mean he doesn't need to be told he needs to grab it.
37. We don’t hug our trash collectors enough.
36. When the electricity goes out unexpectedly, turn off the electric stove so that when the power is restored while you’re out touring the city, the handle of the coffee ...
... known as the main port. Because of this, boats from Allepy can be more expensive and the surrounding waters more congested. We knew this yet still came to Allepy; for ease of getting here, better choice of boats and to see the boats before purchasing. I don't think we were really prepared for the sight that hit us when we arrived at finishing point-hundreds of houseboats all lined up along the shore. They were a lot bigger than I had expected too. Also they have started ...
... our precious red wine, and watched the fireflies in the trees. Our boat captain wanted to take us to a party, this was his village and his friend had made some coconut liquor. It was one of those times (that don't come around that often...) when we wished we had a guy or two we knew with us: our captain was lovely, but the party would have been a complete sausage fest, we knew. We are yet to see any Indian women out drinking so far, and feel ...