Alleppey Prince Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... with no reserved seating left, let alone air con class. So sleeper 2nd class it was. If you've ever watched slum dog millionaire then I feel this would give you a slight indication of the conditions of out train. It was running 40 minutes late...which is not unheard of! By this point made friends with an older American lady who was working/living at an ashram doing a eat/pray/love thing with her life. So safety in numbers and all that, we boarded out train. We found a decent ...
Preface: We thought we'd celebrate our first wedding anniversary and one year of travel with a couple "fluff" posts highlighting what we've learned in a year, from both a travel and a marital angle. Our Crazy In Love With Life post is also available as a companion piece to the one below.
The Top 40 Lessons We've Learned in the Last Year
40. Never try to have a heart-to-heart when one of you is hungry.
39. It is ...
... closed behind. It was funny to observe. That night I ate roasted peanuts, pickled green mango, street meat and drank freshly pressed sugar cane all were amazing less the mango ha! My stomach survived it all and I was so happy to eat with the locals. I am working for room and board and have a room at the main guesthouse but one night Antony took me to the lake house to see the backwaters. Two Australians were staying there and we chatted ate dinner and played ...
... The backwaters were so tranquil, it's hard to believe that it's still part of India. On arrival we were met by a family who we stayed with. They welcomed us with chai and we had a cooked lunch. The food was delicious. It was a selection of curries with popodoms and the local rice known as red, pink or fat rice.
We were taken on a walking tour of the village which contains 1,000 people. It is easy to see why the ...
... home. It was so nice to be able to stretch out beyond our bedrooms. We shared the house with three friendly travellers but still had plenty of space. The last few days in India were relaxed and easy. Having spent time in Fort Cochin before we felt at home and there was no hassle working out our bearings our dragging ourselves across town and the stifling humidity to see the sights. We went back to a few of our favourite haunts and tried some new ones that we excellent and then ...