Our Land Island Backwater Resort
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... to the people we’ve met and made our
way to the train station at 11pm for our 18 hour journey to Kerela. The Indian
train system is a vast, sprawling goliath of a system and as we’ve written
about before actually being one of the lucky ones to get a ticket on a train
can involve a project plan and plenty of advance planning, some queuing
disappointment and frustration. This time around we did however manage to find
the last 4 tickets on a train down south ...
Because I noticed that most questions are asked multiple times a day, I decided to create a frequently asked questions page. Other questions can be asked in person.
Country? / Where from? / You from?
Netherlands. Between England, Belgium and Germany. In Europe.
England? / Ireland? / France? / Germany?
No, the Netherlands. Holland.
Indian name? ...
... t melt completely away.
35. Cocktails more expensive than those found in Manhattan do exist. (Monte Carlo, Florence, Dubai)
34. Some stereotypes exist for a reason. (Germans follow rules; Italian men don’t)
33. We don’t sing and dance often enough in public. It’s like a Glee version of the Ellen show on Broadway over here.
32. Buy it when you see it because you don’t know you’ll find ...
... soft and fine. The swimming looked fraught and the sun set was pretty but we didn't want to hang around too long after sunset as we did not feel particularly safe and I certainly would not want to spend the day here sunbathing.
To book a houseboat we were advised to go to Finishing point and take a look at all the boats before agreeing prices. It is possible to arrange a houseboat from lots of places along Kerala coast as the backwaters are so vast, however ...
... Bill: What do you think that is? Donna: I'm going with monkey or squirrel. Bill: Or a rat. Donna: No, no, absolutely not. Motors of passing houseboats - some nearly silent, others chugging loudly. A flute or pipe playing just a few notes, followed by rustling in the banana leaves - sounded like a signal to do something - ...