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... out by being lost that I was before.
Alleppey town was a bit of a shithole really, nothing good to say about it... I had decided not to bother renting a houseboat as it would be early expensive (and probably very boring on my own) so instead I just got the local ferry to kottayam. I wanted to visit there because it is one of the locations in the book 'the god of small things'. The journey was a bit of a let down if I'm honest, ...
... Our man showed us an area that had been devastated by floods the year before and rice fields that had been drowned by the rising tides and you suddenly became aware of hour fragile these little communities are. He also seemed to know every single person that lived in the houses along the canal banks so no doubt was having a few laughs at the three English girls evaporating in the afternoon heat.
We were also lucky to see some of the ...
... and his elder brother a parcel of land for their new venture. The buildings will be restored and the land developed. It will serve as a guest house, a clinic, and for ayurvedic research. Next week workers will begin clearing the land and preparing for planting. An organic garden, more fruit trees, ayurvedic herbs/plants and plenty of flowers. Our arrival is the first step on the path of a very ambitious project.
It is so peaceful here. This would be an ...
... or veg, roti's and fruit (usually pineapple!) Most of the food is prepared on an open fire, though I did notice a hot plate with a pressure cooker, in the room where the vegetable prep is done. The food here is very tasty. My only objection, which i have no choice but to obey. Throughout the day we must drink 'pink water' ugh i am so sick of it! It is boiled water with a mixture of herbs. helps the cleansing process. What I wouldn't do for a big jug of Lynn Headwaters spring ...
... for breakfast and I had my first experience of an Indian railway toilet (you can see the tracks below). We were soon tucked in for bed.
At 0700 the next morning the first call of “chai” and “coffee” was heard and we were up and dressed. We had ordered omelettes for breakfast not really sure what to expect. It arrived 0800, a hot masala omelette (in tin foil), two slices of bread and a sachet of tomato ketchup. ...