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... garlic with a melted cheese topping. It tasted good, but there wasn't that much crab! I had another cocktail of my own design, it was a concoction of fresh papaya juice, lime and local white rum with no sugar, very nice. Georgia's butter fish was amazing, the same as when we had it in Bali. Georgia had a mojito, which we asked for with less sugar, but it was still too sweet. We wrapped up the evening quite full, finishing off the rest of the toddy when we got back to the ...
... served with chickpea curry we packed our bags into a Jeep and drove back down the mountain. This took a good hour, and RK was waiting for us. We spent almost all day in the car driving to Allepey. It was the start of the school holidays and the roads were extra busy. It took almost 6 hours to do 150 kms! We stopped for lunch along the way, and much to our surprise RK agreed to have lunch with us. He chose fried fish and mutton biryani for each of us. ...
... 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 ...
... the train started leaving the station. I hopped onto the moving train as Rob ran further down to avoid the crush of tourists. He had to run and swing himself on board, but ended up on the same carriage.
After this slight drama and finding seats everyone returned to staring glassy eyed into the distance as they slowly dealt with the side effects of morning. A few of us grabbed sugary milk coffees and greasy wadas (vegetable doughnuts) from the khaki uniformed ...
... to meet us. He told us another couple had booked the tour but they had paid over double what we had for the same one. He said if they asked could we please say we paid the same amount (welcome to India). So we got to the government ferry and took the 40 minute trip down to where this big lake was and where the back waters started. We got off at a dock where we were greeted by our cheery canoe tour guide Sutososh. We boarded his canoe ...