Arcadia Regency Hotel Alleppey
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... and forget about the rest of the world. I was tempted to find similes to Venice, the Florida Everglades and the Norfolk Broads but the reality is that this is the backwaters of Kerala and no similes are necessary.
The canoe trip turned out to be a great choice. We were collected in the morning by Sandosh who took us to his home where his wife had arranged a breakfast of dosa pancakes and a chickpea curry. He then took us all around the area on ...
... fireworks to shoo them away.
it a very interesting life meeting people who have lived here for over 20 years, people from all over the world, so many languages, cultures, religion, it's diversity at it's best. We see at first hand the charity work that is being done for families who could not afford to feed and send their children to school. She has opened over 300 schools in india, ...
... modern fishing methods have made it a dying trade.
It was in Fort Cochin that I decided to return 2 books that I had borrowed from a friend in Bhopal - and what a performance that was! Any non-freight package to be sent by post within India has to be treated thusly: first you take it to a tailor's shop (I kid you not) to have it ...
... of waterways and canals earning itself the name, "Venice of the East." The backwaters have been entirely man made over several centuries and lie an average of 2.5 meters below sea level.
You can find tons of churches here. It is popularly believed that St. Thomas brought Christianity to India in 52 C.E.; however, there is no physical proof to support this. Evidence suggests that the Syrians brought Christianity to India in the 4th century C.E.
... in the room with me. He earned the title of, Only Picture on the Wall, so there was no mistake, He saw me, and I, Him. It was a familiar depiction of The Man, The Sacred Heat of Jesus. Google it if you don't know it. I received the same picture when I received my First Holy Communion at St. Pius X, on Cape Cod. I had a plastic frame, true Catholics can't afford gold beyond wedding bands, but this Jesus had a gold frame. In my plastic frame from the Christmas Tree Shop, The Son ...