Abad Whispering Palms Lake Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbad Whispering Palms Lake Resort Kumarakom
Lagoon side breezy and pool. Why they can't put the hot water heater on for you I don't know.
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... coconut fibres for matting. We walk through the farm as she shows us their produce - mahogany, holy basil, bird of paradise flowers, passion fruit, mango trees, coconut, banana, nutmeg, papaya, turmeric, ginger, all-spice, cinnamon, water lilies, frangipani, bougainvillea and more. They have cows that produce milk, butter and yoghurt, as well as methane to cook with and manure to fertilize the land. Some of the cows are tiny and from a local very rare ...
... You see emaciated cows and people patting the cow **** into discs which they dry in the sun and later use or sell for fuel. There are shanty towns, people living in squalor in structures they've fashioned from plastic and tarps and whatever they can find. There's so much rubbish everywhere, so much ****. Everywhere looks like a ******* landfill as people try to scratch out a living ...
Train yesterday was so much cooler than the previous one, thanks to a very civilised air conditioned coach! I have discovered 5 hours is my limit on a train without someone to talk to or film to watch. Read loads of my book so I am much clearer about what Buddhism is though! Good news all round. I have attached some pictures of my journey up to Kannur on the train from the window or of carriage which are interesting. Nothing much ...
... the Keralan Raj.
In the evening we head back to our homestay and begin a cooking lesson with Krishna's mum. It is easy to tell from one good cook to another that this woman has a talent of almost master chef proportions. But she unfortunately had been sick, so the more complex fish curries are off the menu. Instead a vegetable curry often served with Dosas (kind of like Indian pancakes) was prepared and enjoyed.
... light enough.
We spent a lot of time in a carpet shop - all the staff seemed to be from Sri****r. I had a wonderful lesson in how to drive a hard bargain from Krysia who bought herself a lovely wool carpet - quite small for about 120 Euros. The initial asking price had been about 350!
We had booked to go to the Kathakali performance. Make up started at 5pm. The three principle players came on stage and for an hour applied complicated ...