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 ...
... an Ayervedic massage, with oils on the head and the promise of a rejuvenating experience. Sadly, the massage turned out to be at a place separate to our retreat and was cold, uncomfortable and not quite the zen experience they expected. The massage room was a dark cold shack and the treatment didn't really embody the practises of the famous Ayervedic medicine that was expected....shame!
Life moves at a slow pace up in the hills, and surprise surprise so did we, we ...
... bed. Total win. The manager Mr Francis is so nice and has told me all the good places to shop that are eco and support local people and charities. He likes to talk, good job I like to listen! He is great though. Am excited to explore Fort Kochi this morning and then this afternoon maybe another swim and bit of sunbathing. Last supper with Peter tonight. Early flight tomorrow. Sad face. Will post photos of Old Kochi a bit ...
... Room large and cool, actually everywhere is cool compared to Cochin, not to the same standard as The Eighth Bastion but adequate for our needs. Relaxing this afternoon before a 6:45 start tomorrow. Whilst sitting in the lounge checking emails (it had to be done!) I saw a monkey in a tree then another couple with a baby...very excited!! We then decided to take a walk down to the Spice Village and saw troops of ...
... in a jungle as we had to constantly keep pulling bits of plant away from us. After a full day the trip finished and we were happy that we choose the canoe ride over the house boat. It was such a unique and relaxing experience where we got to see the real backwaters away from all the water traffic and the pollution of the the big boats. We saw how the locals live and get around and amongst all of that saw some mesmerising beautiful scenery and ...