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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... them. He then learned out to put the bait on the hook. Then the patience part - granted it was a mad rush of feeding when he lowered his rod. After a few attempts, Caleb snagged his first fish !!! He was not quite sure what to do with it but we got the photo for future proof for generations to come. I was not too keen to unhook the fish as I have never liked to touch fish - dead or alive. I ...
... really be taking care of for us plus last night’s
experience with the bugs didn’t make us relish the thought of sundown again! Also,
whilst it was an excellent experience to chat with the crew, they did become a
little over friendly, slightly boozy and just a little weird that it made us
feel uneasy as once again we were regarded as walking cash machines. We have to
get someone to write down on paper in local language for us that we are
... en-suite room for Rs 400, and the manager Jason was friendly and helpful, talking us through the different backwater tours we could book through him. Having not made up our minds about how we wanted to experience the backwaters, we decided we should probably shop around and check out our options. So we dumped our bags and strolled into town, expecting to find the usual wall-to-wall travel agencies and touts selling Alleppey's biggest (and only?) attraction. Bizarrely, unlike ...
... although some other British guests seem to be stuck in colonial assumptions). Our first full day was spent in Fort Kochi. A harbour town with a mixture of Jewish, Portuguese and British influences. It took a taxi and a short ferry ride to get there, throughout the journey we felt like celebrities; waving and smiling children and adults alike...although Kerala is touristy it still seems quite a big deal to see westerners aimlessly wandering around! Fort Kochi was a ...
... ton of foliage, and, had I been paying attention, I probably would have learned a ****-ton as well. Alas. I did, however, enjoy all the sights and the lovely lunch we were served. The trip took on a little drama when we headed back through these narrow canals, and the plant life scraped against the boat, creating this thrilling noise, which provided Kathleen and I with some much-needed entertainment.
About 3/4 of the way through, it started ...