Abad Copper Castle Hill Valley Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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On 14th night and early morning of 15th of June 2014, myself, Chell, dad and Sangeetha, sneaked into Kerala, under the cover of darkness and early morning mist and monsoon clouds, while the locals were cuddled cosily under the thatched tile roofs, oblivious of what hit them.
After a 12 hour train journey in Alleppey …
... of the road there is a queue, the sale person is behind bars and you look through the bars to figure out what you want. You can't dawdle and look you have to know what you want. Our favourite beer was the Kingfisher, cost $1.30 to a $1.50 the large one is equivalent to 2 of our beers. In restaurants the price was close to double.
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On the way back we were that impressed with our guide/wildlife spotter that we took him out for lunch. This took him by surprise as he said he wouldn't normally be able to come to the restaurant we went too. Drivers are normally expected to wait outside or to eat at the street stalls. We aren't sure if this was a class/caste thing or just ...
... And the vista on every Keralan tourist's to do list is the view from their old fashioned houseboat as it cruises slowly round the the famous 'backwaters'. We spent a night on one of these beautifully crafted wooden houseboats chugging through the labyrinthine network of man made and natural canals, rivers and lakes. From there an old man paddled us in his tiny wooden canoe through the smaller waterways that act as the 'streets' of his ...
... was a bit frightened! So I went to the balcony to talk to Sue, my neighbour here. Which was really nice too. Anyway the second party was a house warming of a VERY wealthy man who owns the big textile shop in town. A much swankier affair with mass organised catering and cocktails. It was a completely different experience and welcome but fascinating nonetheless. We preferred the first gathering the most. I love my saree. ...