Lake Palace Family Resort
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... watch the wildlife and take advantage of the early hour to write up some of our adventures. After a while Randeep appears to tell me I can hop ashore so I venture into the field by the boat and snap away at the orange sun making its ascent. It's not quite as stunning as hoped but still a moment to remember. Coman arises just before 8am, in time for breakfast. We eat as we cruise back towards Alleppy, arriving at 9am to a waiting Tensing. We have just a short ...
... ers geotagged and tracked thankyouverymuch.
And guys, I've found tea! An actual, honest to god proper cup of tea! I think I've been in India long enough now to be allowed to want tea and cake and generally awesome western food without being judged. A chick can't live off masala dosa alone. Sometimes (ok, fine, every other day) she needs a blueberry cheesecake in her life.
... view. We were also right next to a bird sanctuary that was lovely, if a little sweaty (it’s ridiculously humid here) to walk around – even though we never actually saw that many birds.
We spent 3 glorious days lounging by the lakeside reading, watching the boats, tackling crosswords and walking along the canals. We also took a boat tour of the narrow backwaters to get a glimpse of what life is like ...
... bad goat impressions......... basicly everything in the past 3 weeks has been amazing and it wouldn't have been half as good with out Lawrie and mills..... so if you read this guys, thanks sooooooo much.
We actually are depressed now you gone. Jan 14th 2014...... we expect reunion drinks!! FACT!
next to paradise plantation retreat! :D
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... to the Jewish synagogue which was interesting but unfortunately no photography was allowed. There used to be a thriving Jewish community in Kochi which has now dwindled to 8, all are olde except for one young woman who sees it as her duty to care for her aged parents. Very tempted by a pure pashmina shawl at £80 but decided it probably wasn't why we were here, bought Noah a t ...