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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... and a vegetable curry before we all sit down once more to eat together. Once dinner is done at 9pm, we all drift off to our cottages for an early night in this most incredible of settings, probably the most peaceful we’ve ever stayed. Imogen and I have booked a yoga session at dawn with a teacher who’s travelling down from Cochin specifically to take us through our sun salutations as it rises over the waters. This time the sunrise really will be ...
... bed early in the evenings, enjoyed freshly made tasty food and rested and relaxed. Feeling pretty much rejuvenated, (apart from the ongoing, and lingering intestinal issues that India brings) and relaxed we made our plans to travel to Cochin, a major tourist hub of Kerela so that we could secure our train tickets back to Goa, once again dreading an impending battle with the Indian train reservation system! We have been travelling with Bec and Kylie now, and we all agreed ...
... thinking it would take about 3-4hrs.....it took nearly 7hrs!!! We where totally drained when we arrived. The buses here are VERY basic, the "luxury ac"one we had was just like a standard bus in the uk. Suppose it's worth it as it cost less than £6 each to get here (around 300km!!) We then checked in to a "ok" hotel & arranged a backwater trip for the following day. Then just showered & ate then went straight to bed Not much to report today ...
... flyer and should have asked for royalties.
The next day we took the local ferry over to first to Mattancherry which is the main market area, the epicentre of the Malabar spice trade and home to the wealthiest Jewish and Jain merchants. There are also many high end antique markets which is full of Jewish furniture and un-portable heirlooms from when they emigrated en masse to Israel in the 1940’s. As we wandered ...
... notice about how this part of India differs from the north is the men's attire ; in Delhi the gas majority of men were wearing European styles, in Kerala not so, most of the men were wearing their Dhotis ( I think that is right) which is a large cloth probably as big as a 4 foot table cloth wrapped around the waist then scoped up from the bottom and tucked into the front to make a cool mini skirt, certainly a lot cooler than trousers. But, you see all the school children in ...