Our Land Island Backwater Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... across the crossing and continued down the track - no one batted an eyelid.
So I walked forward and leaned on the barrier across the road. The security guard saw me and waived me across.
Oh, I thought. Now that doesn't happen in England.
The trains here probably run at an average of thirty miles an hour so you tend to get plenty of warning of their arrival. High speed trains although rumoured to part of the ...
... Whilst the seating and dining area was spacious and on the surface looked lavish, on closer inspection it was old, shabby and in need of alot of TLC. Our cabin bedroom left a lot to be desired, it was exceedingly grubby and damp....think stained sheets, think sticky carpet, think thick dust and just general yuckiness………… 8230;...and the toilet come shower consisting of a basin and a hose was disgusting, ...
Next port of call was just down the coast to a beachside ashram - yes, really - at Amritipuri. This is the international HQ of Sri Anatamandamayi Devi, known to the world simply as 'Amma'. She's also called 'The Hugging Mother', on account of the massive number of physical blessings (darshan) ...
Hi, Lucy here. Just a quick note to say I want to live on a houseboat forever, and spend my life drifting around the Keralan backwaters, please. In Alapuzzha we hired a houseboat, woven out of cane like the old rice barges, and spent a day and a night floating around canals and waterways lined with palm trees and shining green paddy fields. Sometimes the canals were lined with pink and blue houses and we would see women washing dishes on the concrete ...
... falling in. Once onboard we realised how nice the boat was with a lovley dinning area and three cute bedrooms that had ensuites. We couldnt quite believe that this was just for the four of us for the next couple of days. We set sail with just the captain and two chefs onboard. We sailed along for a while taking in the magical views of the backwaters sitting dangling our feet over the edge of the boat. The captian then let all of us in turn have a go at ...