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... also sport brightly coloured churches, bearing large card Christmas stars.
At lower altitude we find rubber plantations, then cassava. Finally, we're alongside rustic canals, thick with water hyacinths and duck farms. Large canoes are moored along the banks, where rows of bungalows lie on the thin strips of land dividing the water from rice paddies. We're in the Kerala Backwaters.
A slow boat ...
... internet connection so that we could book our
onward destination etc etc
The city of Allepey is pretty sleepy by Indian standards
(but still hectic by home standards!) the roads are still crammed with Indian
organised chaos, and the horns still beep in your ear, but it’s almost like the
pace and volume of the city has been turned down a notch or two, and walking
around standing out like a sore thumb in amongst the street melee didn’t
... it or not, Taya actually fought me on taking this trip. What worries me now is that I’ll have to drag her back to the real world kicking and screaming. One year into the T n’ A World Tour Honeymoon, I would still highly recommend leaving careers and responsibilities by the wayside to travel the world with the love of your life. I would, however, have renamed our tour to the T n’ A World Tour Marriage Training Camp. ...
... on our arm, a very impressive bird. It is funny we talk about how we thought today was going to be, our guide had explained but the 3 of us had all got different impressions, I thought we were both being joined by another person in each canoe, Kattyia thought we were all in one canoe and Xxx thought we were travelling alone. In fact we had a canoe each with no extra people but were travelling together. It was a great day travelling through small canals watching life in the back ...
... rain. She was wrong. A mini monsoon opened up when we were halfway round our map route. Fortunately I had not totally trusted the receptionist so I had taken an umbrella. We sheltered in a shop doorway and the puddles deepened. Finally we persuaded a tuk-tuk driver to take us home. This was tricky as he didn't speak English, but with our trusty un-scaled map we managed to find our way back.