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... of the diesel powered houseboats; the perfect spot to enjoy a more environmentally friendly mode of travel. Our guide, who we had found through his excellent reviews on trip advisor, was Vijeesh, a Keralan man in his mid 30's with a cheeky smile, cheesy sense of humour and a penchant for shorts (which he proudly told us, he had had shipped all the way from Sweden!). The 15ft canoe, big enough for six to sit comfortably but containing only us, was powered by Vijeesh ...
We took the Local bus for a couple of hours to Allepey, where we stayed for a night to check out the gateway to the backwaters (and discovered an amazing Indian bakery!) but decided to continue on to Kollam to meet some English boys we met leaving Mumbai, gap yearers Craig, Callum and Alex, so we could share a larger houseboat.
We finally managed to find the boys and took a morning canoe trip through the narrow palm ...
... sleeping with her back to her son, they could not find anyone, until they found a sleeping elephant, so they chopped his head off. Shiva was so delighted when they brought a head back, he did not check, so he put it back on his son, thinking he was now out of Parvati's bad books, only to find that he had an elephant headed son! But this ended up being a good thing, as having large ears and nose meant that the vanity in him had all gone. Ok ...
... this is just a portion of how wide they will eventually become!
Varkala is a little fisherman's village, which is completely different than anything we've experienced on our trip so far. We love everything about this place.... Minus our room smelling like shi* the entire time because there are no traps on the sewage LOL YUMMYYYYY!!!!!
Every day we watch the fisherman tie their fishing lines ...
... juice bar so we topped up on vitamins with a breakfast of a juice (beetroot, carrot, apple, lime, ginger and coriander) and banana porridge. It felt so good to get some r=fresh fruit!
While having breakfast we spotted John and Kiah and were reunited with our Goan buddies! It was great to see them and we quickly made plans to catch up with them for dinner that night. We then got some takeaway sandwhiches and headed to the ‘black ...