Pagoda Resorts Alleppey
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After arriving in Alleppey we took a quick shower and ventured out in to the darkness to check out our surroundings. We didn't get far before we wandered in to the Mandala guesthouse for a drink on the beach. It was nice to feel the cool breeze from the sea, a minor relief from the heat. Back at our guesthouse we had opted to have dinner with a couple of other girls who were also staying there, Mary from UK and Josie and Tess from Oz. The guesthouse had organised something pretty ...
... for people's orders. Dad asked for some beer and wine - several people conferred and several bottles were placed on the desk for us to view. The beer seemed okay if not a tad dusty. The red wine bottle was warm as the day and looked like it had not been handled in years. As we contemplated the options people we shoving past dad ordering what looked like rubbing alcohol and shoving them down their pants. We took the plunge and made a purchase. What ...
... for 400 rupees. No thank you, we end up in a rickshaw for 100. Pulling up to Johnson's the lights are out and the gate closed. Oh dear, just as Fi is rattling on the gate and yelling out a car pulls up behind us, it's Johnson! He shows us a family suite with about six beds in for 800 rupees, he says he also has a 500 rupee room, we took the bungalow shack in the garden, for 500 rupees. A mossie net above the bed, and an ensuite. Sorted. Johnson asks if we'd had dinner, and we ...
... name too, thankfully we were in the back of the car pand couldn't see it. So, Allepuzha. pronounced Alapura. also call Allepey...is a great little town, full of commerce, bustling shoppers dodging down Malackl road, which is the main shopping street, where shops spill out onto the roads. stalls are spaces along the road edge as well, and as there aren't asny footpaths. and the edge of the road is littered with bikes and scooters that ...
... woman stayed on Eric's side of the curtain, and I got the man that was previously at the card table. I am under the impression he runs the show here. He was a short, younger guy, with your typical nicely groomed Indian black hair and perfectly trimmed mustache. I kept my eyes kept my eyes clothes for most of the next 70 minutes. After about ten minutes of being rubbed down in the smelly oils he departed to Eric's side of the bed sheet, I heard the woman leave Eric's side, and ...