Illikkalam Lake Resort
Travel Blogs from Kumarakom
... fries for earl and a green salad and keralan fried fish and green salad for me. The fish is good but my green salad is anything but - red onion, tomato, cucumber and more red onion. Earls was green pepper, pineapple and lots and lots of red onion. We finish just in time to go for our massages and now we know what to expect we relax and enjoy. The added steam bath makes for a slippery and oily floor we are patted dry and earl is told ...
... occasionally beep their way through the tourist trail, people going about their business on far less luxurious boats, boats that looked like they had seen better days. After a feast of various curries for lunch, a visit from a fisherman who sold me the most enormous king prawns I have ever seen (I didn't realise they had such long petrol blue legs!) we found a spot to stop for the night. Ate more, drank a little very odd wine, played Monopoly and charades, chatted and slept. More to ...
... room - and that we shouldn't pay for room service but instead come down for free breakfast. Doh! And so we did.
Gita skyped with Ellic, I did yoga, we had a leisurely morning before setting back out for Ft Cochin. We only saw a part of the island yesterday and wanted to finish touring it today.
Meanwhile, we are preparing to change hotels - tomorrow we go to a beach resort about 30 kilometers from here. Mid-day today we thought we should ...
Namaste from a very sickly, weak and weary traveller!
Welcome to my final blog post, a little earlier than anticipated. You remember I said at the end of my last blog: ''perhaps my tummy has hardened up?'', well the answer to that is...NO, it has not hardened up, not in the slightest. Unfortunately, after one week in India, I began feeling severely unwell. After two days of vomiting, chest and throat pains, and chronic tummy upset, I concluded that I must ...
... and as exciting as the final destination itself. I have grown new muscles in my neck as my head has swiveled back and forth to see just a small portion of the sights on both sides of the car. The trip from the houseboat dock back to the ship did not disappoint. The traffic, people, roadside stalls, shrines and churches kept us entertained all the way to the ship and dinner on board.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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