Arcadia Regency Hotel Alleppey
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... as wide as the Thames, others only good enough for a canoe. The paddy's are below canal level so they are easy to flood. I presume the sun dries them out. As we pass by they are harvesting the rice with mud-going combine harvesters. The rice gets bagged in the field, taken to a barge and off to be sold.
Only the two of us on the boat, plus captain engineer and cook. We feel like royalty sitting up front ...
... his eldest daughter. We (naively) assumed that arranged marriages were a Hindu only practice, but we found out that they are more of an Indian traditional.
The process involves initially asking his daughter if there is anyone she might shyly have her eye on (who would, along with his family, be subject to the usual vetting), which in this case she didn't. So Chacko is going to put the feelers out amongst his closest friends and colleagues that they ...
So far what we have found out about the province of Keralla is that it is the most affluent province of india. There are no shanties, people live in homes. The municipal government is run by the communist party. Like all governments they have very little say, the country is run by the banks.
One of the things that is greatly encouraged all through out india is to get back to ...
... a large dorm to a room with two bunks. We were the only guests on the first night with a few more arriving yesterday.
On or first night we took a rickshaw to the main beach for a restaurant meal, figuring that we could check it out to see if the beach is worth coming back for. The food was so amazing. I introduced Jo to momos, then had a fish dish with chapatis but was so full in had to leave most of it! Jo ordered a couple of deserts anyway which ...
... stations. Luckily I had an idea to take the last look at the IRCTC website and luckily there were some tickets available in the “sleeper” class (see the entry “Indian Train System”). There were the cheapest tickets with seat reservation but at least we could go by train so we bought it.
Then we had a little bit more time since we saved all the time of going to the train station.
As I said in ...