Pagoda Resorts Alleppey
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the local villages that we passed through. It really was a special experience, and it was nice to share it with new friends, although it was a shame that me and Vicky never got to sit next to each other, as for some unknown reason the guide kept deciding for us where we sat. He dropped us a few km out of town and arranged us a rickshaw to take us to the beach, again attempting to catch the sunset. Despite arriving when it was already dark, we decided to go for a walk and sit by the ...
... lad who normally had to watch the race on tv so was very excited to be at the race itself. Sandi was really informative about the race, the boats and everything that was going on so thank you Sandi - and no you were not boring! Whilst we were waiting, a TV crew came over and asked if they could interview us so we said of course (no-one we know will see it!) We did our interview and then Sandi explained they will only show the footage - they will have cut ...
... for family,s or couple,s they look so luxury some have really so much luxe and beautifull boats , but ooh wait i can not aford that mhuuu.
just stop dreaming and go with the motorboat. we are nicely relaxing from the quit and enjoying the nature around us. again many birds to see.
the next day im alone and i decide i go for the canoe. this is slow but even more quit and also a small roof.
this is the special ...
... though I suck at it and often find myself using both). He explained that this restaurant was a trial for what was to come... Aka a little more westernized but explained he would take me to more local places from now on. I was excited. My first day at the coffee bar was interesting at first Antony showed me how to make the drinks but he made them and we all know how wonderful my memory is! Anyway there was a brief period where i was alone and an American strolled ...
... with a French couple from our guesthouse. Climbing into the back we settling into our cushioned seats as our guide padded gently through the small backwaters. As the canoe drifted gently along we sunk further into our seats. It was incredibly relaxing and peaceful gazing out past palms trees and houses, with no traffic noise or bustling crowds to distract us. We saw local residents washing clothes, bathing themselves and preparing fish for lunch as we paddle slow past. Not all ...