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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... Catholic, and colleges.
We were dropped off at a jetty in Kumarakom, said goodbye to Mr Prakash who was returning to Kochi, but coming to pick us up on Monday.
A launch from the Coconut Lagoon Resort arrived to take us to the hotel, only reachable by boat, as it's on the eastern shore of Lake Vembanad, a short trip of 20 minutes.
The contrast with our last accommodation is amazing, we feel as if we're in a different world!
The hotel is a lot of cottages, styled ...
... a little fish - hard to get out of the water - just like his pops when he was young. Christine and Michelle met a couple from Milton, NSW Australia. Who knows - maybe we will see them down the road. Tonight was a pre 75th birthday dinner for dad and I found out in late afternoon that Kerala is dry on Sunday's. The odd thing was is that the hotel would serve beer via room service but could only ...
... included paradoxically having to go through security again despite never having left the airport as well as accidentally deleting our tablet's browser, causing us to have to reset the machine and delete all of the research Nick had done over the past 4 months for our trip. Fortunately, his former boss Sean had given us the Lonely Planet guide to India as a going away gift, so we were not left entirely without information. Our third flight was a 9 hour trip to Bangalore; we slept as ...
... last few days in India. Off the the large city of Kochi next. I never really know where or what I'm doing from one day to the next. Back home, my every day/week/month is planned out so it's nice to have someone else make all the decisions for a change. My biggest task is to remember what room number I'm in.
... rings a young man asked for my opinion of a ring he was holding. He wanted to know if I thought his betrothed would like it! What a responsibility, he was very concerned that he get the right one, hopefully he did!! Glennis and I then assisted in the buying of sari's a very challenging job as the silks are just exquisite. I could have brought several, the colours are spectacular. Mind you, apparently my taste is a bit ...