Pagoda Resorts Alleppey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so the AC in the bedrooms would work. After a rousing game of Go Fish we had a more meat inspired dinner along with the beer and wine that had a story behind them. En route to the boats our driver stopped at a place we could buy some alcohol. Dad and I were faced with a government store which consisted of four lanes of metal sheets that led up to one big wired fence. Behind the fence some several people wandered about grabbing dusty bottles of ...
... on a rooftop of another guesthouse a few meters up the road...under an awning, beer in hand and being offered BBQ and jipatti. It's a mixture of guests and guesthouse owners from around town. They compete during the day and party by night!! It was a lovely introduction to Allepey and a great example of how hospitable these people can be! What a great way to end a tiresome day! The next day we headed to the train station to book tickets for our trip tomorrow so as to not be in ...
... dark. We got on the ferry around 8:00 and it was dark and we kinda had no idea where to get off. THANK GOSH we ran into all the crew guys who work on the ship!! Hahah they took us right under their wing and had us follow them back to the ship :) Have I mentioned how awesome the crew here is!? They all take care of us so well! I love them! So they took us back to the ship safe and sound :) I'm headed to sleep ready for my flight to Delhi the next day!! :)
... each other’s sentences and read each other’s thoughts. We even come up with new vocabulary for overused words. For example, “pillow” now replaces “awesome."
9. I enjoy having someone to share opinions, enjoy, and laugh about everything that goes on in the world around us.
8. I could not find a more willing and competitive rummy, travel, scuba, dance, climbing, fill-in-the-blank, partner.
7. I ...
... and thought about hunting for one, in the shops along the canal. But I wasn't sure what backwater living was like. In hindsight, I probably should have, because there was a barber just down the muddy dirt road. Eric signed the two of us up for full body massages. We were escorted by a woman in a bright green sari through a short hallway with more cement, there were buckets, tools and a ladder into a dark attic above. The hall looked like it was "under construction", although ...