Green Palace Kerala Resort
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... to a small homestay there. My hut I got was very basic (huge spider in there at one point too), but cheap, and the vibe at this place was chilled, the local family very welcoming and fun. Met a lovely couple of girls in the swinging seats area to smoke, giggle and gossip with, and listened appreciatively to the waves crashing on the beach 20 metres away. The next day I got up early (again! I am supposed to be on holiday!) and got a scooter ride back into town to do a day ...
... authentic (if not a bit dodgy). We caught again lots of stunned looks as we sat down. Without particularly knowing what our options are, we ordered chicken buriyani which was quite tasty yet with it was a very bony chicken. Then to hedge the risks we went to another family restaurant with more stunned looks. We pointed at a few things that they had and got very tasty chilli chicken and chilli beef - I was watching them cook it in front ...
... flights out of India, we
were stoked to have seats in the same carriage so we could chat and laugh as we
travelled, and as girls hopefully they felt safer having us around to fed off
any potential leers from the locals. After we boarded the train (and Scotty
made a new friend at the train station, lol!) we squashed our huge backpacks under
the lowest seat/bunk and climbed up the rails and prepared to be rocked to
sleep by the undulating motion of thee train as ...
... garden, patio with sun beds, hammock and a wonderful view of the lagoon and beach. When we arrived, we just looked at each other, grinned and knew that we were somewhere a bit special. The bathroom is really good, brand new and clean, hot water on tap too, which can be rare in cheaper home stays. Michael met our taxi on the main road to provide directions through the dirt track lane surrounded by trees, he is the best friend of our host Aki, who is away for ...
... as well. Like Shreya and Josephine, they also highly recommended going to Hampi. We thought about it but were still eager to get to Goa. We 'cast-off' at noon and waved goodbye to our new friends and said hello to the beautiful backwaters. With our cooler of Tuborg, sunglasses (or as the call 'cooling shades' here), and iPod speakers set up, we were ready to kickback and relax. Our lunch was one of the best meals we've had so far - fried ...