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TravelPod Member ReviewsLakesong Kumarakom
Relaxing day at the pool, on a canoe, massage and sunset viewing
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We have breakfast on the houseboat then set sail to our resort. The chef makes me scrambled egg and earl an omelette. And mountains of toast. The fresh fruit plate is yummy. With discussion over what the yellow banana is, it's Kerela banana. It's a sweeter more bananary banana. We dock to find we are at the wrong resort, undock and sail ten minutes …
... is a major port. There were huge cranes for [un]loading cargo containers. Boats with locala all had music blaring. If we had any, for this lot it would be funeral music, some of them with one foot already in the grave. We turned around for home after seeing the former local residence of the Governor General, now [what else?] a hotel.
Back on shore after 1700 and off on a short walk to the Cochin Cultural Centrefor a performance of the Kathakali ...
... as coconut husks that are being dried for fuel. It is very much like being in Ha-long bay, Vietnam, except that here, you don't have the imposing rocks, but green fields as far as the eye can see. I really don't know what else to say, other than the drivers must be really relaxed, cruising through the water each day. The next day (Monday) we saw lots of men ...
... with accommodation behind them. We pulled into one and were met by a local Deaf guy who took us to meet the owners of " The Found Things" we haggled and were all,happy with the price, but don't go there, the guys running it were not nice! We had all agreed to meet at the Big Fish, little did we know this was to become our second home. It's an awesome place, the staff were friendly,attentive, too cool for school, willing to tolerate our appalling ...
... how to wash with the assistance of their human trainers. We both felt that the humans washing them were a bit too violent with their whips and coconut shells but then we realised that their thick skin needed extensive scrubbing in order to be properly washed so hopefully it didn't hurt the animals too much. After breakfast at a local home stay we made our way to Munnar stopping off at 2 of the city's biggest waterfalls and seeing some of ...