Alleppey Prince Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... parallel strips of green around the hills, others were more random and looked like a leopard skin pattern. Ladies were picking the tea and placing in the large containers on their backs and we saw the modern way of a hedge trimmer with a garden vacuum arrangement attached to collect the leaves. Ang wondered what the men were doing while all this hard work was ongoing.
Secondly we saw the rubber plantations with ...
... as a snack- you really see where the extra pennies go!
For sunset we hired a little motor powered canoe and pootled around the small canals and waterways for an hour and a half. It was 'Golden hour' as our friend Jacko the photographer says, so all the little snippets of village life taking place as we rode past (washing clothes, bathing, kids swimming, fishing etc.) we're all lit with a fabulous glow that made the whole place feel magical.
... for a second blasting of high decibel tooting and drumming. Christmas in the sense of a holiday time is big here with endless stalls selling all things bright, glittery and loud. Many other Indians seem to come here for their holidays; in fact most of the guests at our place are Indians mainly from larger cities rather than western backpackers. There is also a large Christian community with stars and ...
... a little while before getting dinner. It was strange how many people wanted their picture taken with us, and even more strange that hardly any of them asked, simply plonking themselves down between us while their friend snapped away. Heading back to the same sea front bar, we ordered curries and beers and shared new card games with each other, before saying our goodbyes and parting ways for bed. Tomorrow we would be heading to Varkala, which would be yet another train journey, so time for ...
Even if we wanted to depart at 6.00 from our hotel we ended up departing at 7.30. The reason for this is that we initially wanted to go to the train station, the one that is a little bit further. In order to do this we would have to take a tuk-tuk to the ferry station, then a ferry to Ernakulum (mainland) and then another tuk-tuk to the train station. We wanted to do this because the day before we tried to look for train tickets from Kochi to ...