Palm Lagoon Resorts

Address: Vellimon West, Kollam, Kerala, 691511, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vellimon West, Kollam.
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      Travel Blogs from Kollam

      Eight Hour Boat Trip to Kollam

      A travel blog entry by lindell on Jan 11, 2015

      28 photos

      We eventually found the jetty where the boats leave from for Kollam. The boat is a government tourist boat with a downstairs and upstairs area. It was a great trip of eight hours meandering down the back waters or rivers of Kerala. The boat trip cost 400 Indian Rupees each which is about A$8!

      It was a fantastic trip down large and small waterways with people's houses lining the sides. The people were going about their daily lives - bathing, swimming, ...

      Infestation and Relaxation

      A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... driven off to their various luxury hotels and houseboats. In Kollam however, hiding from the real India might not actually be a bad idea! Cockroaches scuttle from every crack and crevice (we resorted to stuffing the sheets pillows to the cracks in our rooms walls and floor to stem the flow while we slept!) and dead roaches line the pavements, providing an obstacle course to slalom around as we try to hunt down some food. Most restaurants seem to be workers cafes ...

      Unwinding on the cliff-tops

      A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Dec 11, 2013

      11 photos

      ... and took a few photos while trying to guess how venomous it was. We later found out it was a non-venomous, non-aggressive keelback but Sam was stoked to see her first wild one. At the restaurant we had lots of fun sharing travel stories with the kiwis and wish them luck for their move back home and wedding in Feb. After 4 days of relaxation we were becoming part if the furniture so it was time to leave for Trivandrum for a flight to our final destination before home, ...

      We are sailing & sea sickness management!

      A travel blog entry by liz_turner on May 02, 2013

      Latitude: 07*26' N Longitude: 078*00 E Waking up at sea, all be it a bit lumpy! The sails were set in the morning, but didn't seem to make things less choppy. There are a few people green around the edges, I'm still not very confident in my sea sickness management - my advice: If you know something has worked before take it again Try ginger - if nothing else tastes nice If not I have ...

      Saying yes, pays off.

      A travel blog entry by on Feb 19, 2013

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... of the side effects of the malaria tablets was that they made you burn more easily, perfect for hot countries, right!? Luckily Naomi was incredibly sympathetic to my inverse bikini suntan and newly reddened body and didn't practically cry laughing, she helped me to sudocream up though, so I forgave her! We lay there for a while on our bed, me top to toe in sudocream and Naomi with a thick layer of sudocream on her lips, we were looking fiiiiiiinnnneee! The next ...