River Queen Houseboats

Address: Nehru Trophy Road,Konnakapalli Building, Alappuzha, Kerala, 688006, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nehru Trophy Road,Konnakapalli Building, Alappuzha, is near Lakes & Lagoons Tour Company, Ashtamudi Lake, Snehadhara Ayurvedic Centre, and Vembanad Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Alappuzha

    Life on the backwaters

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Feb 06, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... like perfect timing and looked forward to a lie in! However the moral of this story is always check with the chef, as he said breakfast should have been at 7.30 with a view to sail at 10.30am Oops! Snack at 12pm was fresh pinapple. Lunch was served at 2pm again and was certainly a feast fit for a king. We were told that this is traditionally how an indian couple eat on their wedding day. The food was served to us rather than help ourselves as usual. Banana leaves ...

    Kerala's Backwaters - Alappuzha

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 10, 2014

    23 photos

    ... there is apparently only one type of tea plant - in fact, the tea plant is actually a tree. 3000 different types of tea can be made from the tea tree. The differences (in flavor and in price) are the result of the age of the leaves when picked and how the leaves are then processed.

    After a few more hours on the bus, we ended our journey by taking a canoe across a waterway to the island of Alappuzha, about 10 km outside of Alleppey. On the island, we ...

    Houseboat Cornucopia and Finding Jesus in Kerala

    A travel blog entry by davidobrienvt on Nov 27, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Making our way down South

    A travel blog entry by stephthetwin on Apr 27, 2013

    40 photos

    ... to an older English woman who was doing the same thing, she can't lay on her front so this was a way she could tan her back..we both slowly baked in the heat. I knew i'd been out there for too long when my vision started to boggle & everytime i bent down my knees slowly begun to buckle. Every now and then groups of Indian blokes would stroll by. Sometimes id jump in to the sea to avoid any conversation 'madaaaam' or a whistle but now and then the occasional indian handed me ...

    Water, water and more water

    A travel blog entry by dphilips on Mar 12, 2013

    18 photos

    ... home to pack. I expect I’ll probably sleep like a baby tonight.

    TIPS:1. Don’t do the backwater through a local tour operator unless you’re feeling flash with the cash. The way I described went smoothly with minimum cost.

    2. If a plonker like me! Check the actual boat you’re boarding before you actually board it. Not for destination but more so for details of tour – kind of helps