The Windsore Castle Hotel Kumarakom
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... side of the table. All was going well until the ladies came back with empty stomachs. The other resorts had not allowed outside diners so they had eventually got back to Lakesong and wet just going to have desert. They went to another table to give us space and not two minutes later I lost my dinner date - he was sensing that desert at the ladies table had a higher chance of happening for him. ...
... understand the principle how it worked. I said it obviously works and left.
Next up was a walk to the area where fresh fish was on display. Negotiations were afoot for various options. There were fish [Lucas could not find the sear fish I tried last night], shrimp, calamari and langoustine. It is also a 'catch and carry' area where you buy your product and take it to a local restaurant to be cooked. The B Team will be likely so partaking tonight. ...
... had a shower. All a bit worried about joining on Monday and what it means for the forthcoming trip if it cannot all be sorted out! We did not ask for any dinner,but Sharlet being Sharlet gave Marita and I some chapati, spicy potato cakes, cauliflower curry and salad - lovely. Marita and I spent the evening chatting on the upstairs outside space, trying to avoid the mosquitoes, and occasionally jumping out of our seats due to the fireworks to celebrate Hindu New Year's ...
... tourism somewhat spoiling the ambience and environment. There were boats a plenty, nevertheless we enjoyed looking at them and comparing the various types and occupants. At points the drivers would carry their road habits onto the water and hooting would start up - quite funny considering the relaxing nature of these channels of water, separating hectares of silent rice fields - it reminded me of Toad from Wind in the Willows! Some oats were full of partying Indians, ...
... trip by car) without getting soaked.
Try as I might, though, I did have to let a little new information seep into my cranium, even as I endeavored to keep it a "knowledge-free zone" - we stopped at a coconut-processing area, a coir-processing area, a spice garden, and a place where clamshells were turned into lye -- all human-powered (not machine-powered!). Kerala's commitment to the environment is well noted - wages are high here and they ...