Alleppey Prince Hotel
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... edges. So pretty. We stopped off at a river bank and watched as several large houseboats went by. These are old traditional rice boats. Then we went in a canoe, across to the other riverbank - to a large island. We're staying here, with a local family. They have rooms in their house. It was large and actually a lot nicer than I had expected! And finally at 1.45pm, lunchtime. I was so hungry!! We were served rice (a weird type of rice - massive pieces, which ...
... cosy for 3, apart from our desire to avoid being a mosquito banquet after dark. I also did not fancy the constant boat movement, especially when parked. So we had a day trip instead and organised a last minute hotel,where we were the only guests and which ended up being a welcome surprise. The trip on the boat was relaxing and quite peaceful. We had our own cook and boat captain, who took us to his village ...
... and is planning to travel to Australia soon.
In the evening we went to a local restaurant for a light meal where I had some appam with veggie curry, then the waiter reccomended for me to have a milkshake mixed with chocolate and cashews.... Of course I couldn't say no and went for it! Super tasty....
On our return I noticed the light was on in our room, thinking we'd forgotten to turn it off I opened the door only to interrupt a Czech ...
... up and released our solitary fish back into the water. Dinner was fish curry which wasn't so nice as it was pretty much a bowl of oil with some bony pieces of fish floating on top. Still full from the huge lunch we weren't too upset and just ate some of the veg accompanying it. We chilled with a beer, listened to some music whilst being munched on by thirsty Mosquitos then headed to bed.
In the morning the sun was shining again ...
... green lies the usual patina of trash and beneath both layers is a river of sewerage, evidenced by the powerful stench.
The auto ride back was entertaining as the driver jacked up the volume on his considerable sound system. A short play-list consisting of modern pop and Bollywood hits got us to our destination. Unfortunately the driver didn't notice our cries to halt over the thumping bass. This led to Rob screaming ...