Lake Palace Family Resort
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... to discover...shock horror, that once again there is no alcohol. They do provide quite nice non-alcoholic cocktails but we decide that if this enforced detox is to continue much longer, we will be forced to drink toilet cleaner for a hit. I muse a little later that this life is a bit like boarding school. No drinking or TV, early nights, lots of healthy activities to keep us interested etc, the only difference is that ...
... Defeated by the heat and disappointment we headed over to the other side of the island, the beach side where the Chinese Fishing nets are still used to catch fish. An incredible sight to see and a tradition that is slowly being lost to cheaper and more mechanical ways of fishing. After the longest lunch at The Arts Cafe, and not by choice, the service was terrible, we slowly made our way to our evening entertainment, Katakhali dancing. We ...
... which was probably a good thing - drenched rats are not attractive!
We then paid a visit to Jew Town and their synagogue, and along with about 100 primary children, listened to the guide who explained that the 1001 hand painted floor tiles were from China while the miss mash of chandeliers hanging from the eaves were from Lisbon. Interesting, and I think my first visit into a Jewish place of worship. By this ...
Latitude: 09*09' N Longitude: 075*17' E Up to an excitement in the air as STW 4 is about to leave port, the captain had a slightly cautious tone to his morning meeting - off at lunch time, all pending immigration. But surprisingly it all went very smoothly, I didn't have to see an immigration official, only sign my mp name on a blank immigration form and sign out for customs 'personal effects, iPad, ...
... first we’d had since a bowl of soup in Nepal). We also took a short cooking lesson on our favorite Keralan breakfast, the masala dosa so now we can cook up memories of Kerala at home. We lingered in Kumily as long as we could before making the descent from the comfortable mountains back the stagnant humidity below.
When we arrived in Kochin we were almost at a loss for what to do with ourselves for the final handful of days we had left in India. It all went so fast! ...