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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      Day 16: Kerala Backwaters

      A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 24, 2014

      4 photos

      ... hot water, upstairs lodgings and some fittings are yet to be completed, it's a wonderful place to rest.

      Vini led us around his village, where the locals take shared responsibility for the rice paddies. Lower than sea level, these fields produce the red, rose or fat rice unique to Kerala. I spot a pair of orioles in the palms. All the land around is reclaimed. Damming upstream prevents salt tides from the ...

      Another why me and Rolling on the River

      A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... India like them painted, other places do not. You will see from my pictures that most men in this area wear skirts called dhotis. They seem to be constantly raising them or letting them down.......not too sure why. They look pretty darn comfy, and it sure does not take long to make them long or short. I think this should catch on in the States. Cannot see my dad in one though. There are beautiful houses on the river, and ...

      Backwater Bliss

      A travel blog entry by keelypark on Jan 18, 2014

      ... lead down to the water, or thrashing their laundry on the stones. We would see women walking home from the rice fields in the evening, children washing in the river, and men laying out the fishing nets from their canoes. Everyone would wave and call out to us. I don't think I'll ever get sick of the waving and saying 'Hiiiii!' game. Other times it was completely silent and the water and the air were so still. A world away from the frenzy and noise of ...


      A travel blog entry by joancauldwell on Nov 02, 2013

      6 comments, 3 photos

      ... she had a red blob on her forehead. Needless to say I do not indulge in such frivolous pursuits.

      And the good news is that I was able to eat lunch!

      This afternoon we decided to go for a walk in order to see the local village. A map was drawn for us (no scale). Just before our departure we could hear thunder. The receptionist (a charming young woman) assured us there would be ...

      Making our way down South

      A travel blog entry by stephthetwin on Apr 27, 2013

      40 photos

      ... Indian summer right now which last between 6-8 weeks so they are all off on holidays, breaks- hence why the train tickets are so hard to get hold of. I'm am currently reading a book called 'Holy Cow' and the book has just explained the general set up of a wealthier family with all their staff so I kind of understand how this family may live. Ernakulam station is our stop! Arrive in Cochin at Ernakulam station. We are off to Cochin Fort (recommended by the woman on the train). ...