- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to a small homestay there. My hut I got was very basic (huge spider in there at one point too), but cheap, and the vibe at this place was chilled, the local family very welcoming and fun. Met a lovely couple of girls in the swinging seats area to smoke, giggle and gossip with, and listened appreciatively to the waves crashing on the beach 20 metres away. The next day I got up early (again! I am supposed to be on holiday!) and got a scooter ride back into town to do a day ...
... posh hotel which was only 5 min on the auto-ricksha from us. We had candlelit dinner by the lake with some Indian wine (which was actually light and spicy) and posh curries which were not the tastiest curries but the ambience was utterly superb and must have been the most romantic place we've ever dined. So the day was full of food contrasts and food adventures - I'm totally enjoying the eclectic mix of places that we visit and the ...
... have three crew, one of whom stoically steers the boat during a four hour rain shower taking shelter as best he can under a broken umbrella.
Mahesh cooks the large blue prawns we stopped at a fish market to purchase and though we choke a little at the tourist 'tax' we are fleeced for they are cooked to perfection. Lunch and dinner on the boat has rendered us full, with no chance of exercise to lessen the load and we have to resist their ...
We are neither, so we did not go out in the mid-day sun. Oh, it's hot! I am doing nothing but sitting in the shade, enjoying the view and the light breeze, soaking in sweat. And reading a book on the ipad. I would prefer an actual book, but the ipad packs lighter. In the afternoon I washed my hair, then sat in the shade with wet hair. ...
Once again, there are a lot more photos on the other camera, this was a very photogenic spot! Welcome to the Kerala Backwaters, a huge network of interconnected canals, rivers, lakes and ocean inlets so intertwined that it is hard to tell what is what. All through it are huge rice fields and villages of all sizes - down to single homesteads on tiny man-made islands. A canoe is still one of the most important things here, even ...