Club Mahindra Back Water Resort
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... long punting pole. He walked nibbly back an forth along the side of the boat, using the pole to push us off the banks, round corners, under low footbridges and down wide channels of perfectly reflective bright blue water. Gliding through the water so quietly, we surprised all kinds of wildlife going about their daily routines; a water snake basking in the evening sun on the bank, a cormorant drying it's wings on a branch above, a kingfisher with turquoise plumes ...
... channels of luscious Monroe Island, passing fish farms, tiny villages, wooden huts and jumping over the occasional low bridge. We all had a go climbing palm trees, the 6 foot lads having a distinct advantage! Such a beautiful tranquil area, no litter, a more traditional self sufficient side of India we hadn't seen yet.
That afternoon we boarded our 2 bedroom houseboat - very luxurious with our own bathrooms, ...
... not be how it is in the books but that's how I interpreted it. Ganesh is the god of good fortune and remover of obstacles and is in every Hindu houses and temple. Back on the road again we arrived in Kollam late afternoon and despite being told there was nothing to do there, Maxine had checked the guide book which suggested to go to the beach a 50 rupee tuktuk ride away. Once we arrived we were persuaded to buy a 5rupee ticket to get into ...
It was 20 hours on the sleeper train from Goa to Kerala, but we slept surprisingly well in the air conditioned carriage. The next morning our beds returned to the upright position so we could sit - it's a really good system - and the kitchen car brought us food. Over breakfast we met our fellow travellers - Indian families on holiday mostly. Actually India is one of the few places we have been where the tourists are likely to be ...
Enjoyed a most relaxing ferry journey from Alleppy to Kollam, which took me on a meandering route through further canals and lagoons, passing some pretty serious looking fishing boats, some fashioned out of wood, others wrought from iron but all ...