Pozhiyoram Beach Resort
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... a couple of bites from.
Yesterday we had an early start with a tour operator called Oscar coming to meet us at the hostel and taking us along to the public ferry stand a couple of minutes away. We were handed over to another guy who led us and a French couple off the ferry around 20 minutes later. We walked along to a house where we were greeted by a lovely local woman who gave us some tea and a breakfast of sweetened beaten rice with coconut ...
... of no crocodiles and no snakes! I was unsure what to wear but didn't fancy being in wet clothes all day so settled on a pair of shorts and a sports bra. Apparently even this wasn't enough as a couple of men came running over to perv, luckily our boatman shouted at them and sent them packing. The water wasn't too cold and surprisingly cleanish so we had a good swim before being hauled back on the boat. At least we didn't mind having ...
Preface: We thought we'd celebrate our first wedding anniversary and one year of travel with a couple "fluff" posts highlighting what we've learned in a year, from both a travel and a marital angle. Our Crazy In Love With Life post is also available as a companion piece to the one below.
The Top 40 Lessons We've Learned in the Last Year
40. Never try to have a heart-to-heart when one of you is hungry.
39. It is ...
After staying at Varkala beach for a week it was time for us to move on, although we could've stayed there for about 6 months. We left for Alleppey on the 10:30 am train. Surprisingly we worked it out first time and managed to get on the correct train at the right time with ease. The only thing that was difficult was getting rid of Emma's mate who sat next to us at the station and wouldn't stop talking to us for 45minutes even asking to look through all our camera pictures, asking ...
... known as 'the Venice of the East', because we constantly passing or crossing over different rivers and streams. We were able to see the rice paddies where the pink rice is grown. I hadn't realised that Kerala is one of India's 3 communist states. Much of the land in Kerala is used for farming and the government has strict rules that everything must be sold at a weekly market for a fixed price to ensure that everyone receives the ...