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TravelPod Member ReviewsLakesong Kumarakom
Relaxing day at the pool, on a canoe, massage and sunset viewing
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Lakesong resortThe chef on the boat Made us crepes filled with coconut and mango for breakfast, followed by a fluffy omelette and fruit, toast etc. We sail along the backwater and watch the oyster fishermen working and sit back and enjoy and then we arrive by boat to Eastend Lakeside resort for our two day stay.It is magnificent with beautiful …
... the Vechoor cow, named after the next village, whose milk has special medicinal properties There is even a two-day old calf, lying by its mother. Geese, chickens and ducks all roam around and Anu explains that the farm is eco-based and organic and they now employ 25 people from the local village, giving them jobs in an area where there is very little employment. She smiles as she congratulates us on being responsible tourists, helping the local people and ...
... women, with colourful head wraps, broad toothless smiles and cracked hard working hands going about their day picking coffee and tea and spices with accuracy and experience. Seeing these local woman at work really underlined the typical tea picking experience that we had come to see and Munnar had not failed to deliver in the sense that we saw some of these famous tea hills at their best. Whilst the weather was not quite as hot and sunny as we had expected, with morning ...
We where picked up from our hotel around 8am for the backwater trip. Spend most of the morning just chilling on a houseboat, cruising around the backwaters. It was lovely, so peaceful! Not a car horn to be heard lol. Saw people fishing, kids swimming, ladies bathing & washing clothes. The boat made a few stops, once at a small factory that used clam shells & turned them into cement powder. Then stopped at a place that turned coconut husk into string. Eventually we stopped ...
... of the drive was actually enjoyable with tons of schools kids to wave and say hi too. Except for the one boy who waved and then gave me the finger, for which I gave it right back to him. It was a purely reactionary gesture and feel a teeny bit bad for it now.
In Cochin we stayed in the modern part of town known as Ernakulam right near the main ferry terminal. Arriving later in the afternoon most of us headed to the nearby ...