Arcadia Regency Hotel Alleppey
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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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 ...
After staying at Varkala beach for a week it was time for us to move on, although we could've stayed there for about 6 months. We left for Alleppey on the 10:30 am train. Surprisingly we worked it out first time and managed to get on the correct train at the right time with ease. The only thing that was difficult was getting rid of Emma's mate who sat next to us at the station and wouldn't stop talking to us for 45minutes even asking to look through all our camera pictures, asking ...
Just chilling on my balcony, which is supposed to be shared but as no one else staying here, I have taken ownership of it! You can see the view below. Had a great cycle of the island tho morning now chilling out reading etc. some hand washing the usual domestic chores! Off to Alleppey town this afternoon for a spot of shopping. Getting a rickshaw there and public ferry back, should be ...
... This seems to work well for Kerala and the village very much felt like a family atmosphere where each neighbour looks after another. Along our walk (dodging the cows and chickens) we were shown various plants which are used for cooking and learnt that the backwaters have 32 types of bananas and how versitile the a palm tree can be (the leaves are used for flossing, the coconut coir or fibre is used for weaving roofs and the root used ...