Illikkalam Lake Resort
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... and all mod-cons, including a great bathroom. By the kitchen her mother, Anima, is giving a cookery demonstration to some other guests, preparing the lunch which is served soon after. We all eat communally in a beautiful outdoor library, sat around a large table with a lazy susan at its centre on to which are loaded dish after dish of wonderful food. We have various fish curries, lentils, pickles, an amazing beetroot and yoghurt dish and various ...
... downtown area was and markets.) The drivers literally followed us all the way down the street and onto the dock where we waited for the ferry giving us offers on drives and telling us any lie they could to make us not take the ferry! Some man even told me the ferry was so dangerous I would get eaten by a shark...yup they're serious! Hahah! So I talked with a local man and he said stay the ferry will be here in 2 minutes and its only 4 rupees...which is 7 US cents. ...
... by disguise herself making beautiful she then tried to have her wicked way with him, but he wanted to get married first and ask hie father she was not happy with this idea and tried to sexually attack him again but then her real appearance came out ( her long hair became facial hair!) and he realised who she was and cut of her breast and nose and ear - charming story! Dinner was with beer by the water front - local fish cook/ steamed in a banana ...
... city is set over the mainland, a peninsula and various islands, so is nice and spread out. Ernakulam is on the mainland and is the typical Indian part of the city. Fort Kochi is on the peninsula and, quite like Pondicherry, is a very tranquil place. We stayed in Ernakulam as it’s cheaper, but as we were very close to the ferry we could jump on a boat and be in Fort Kochi in 20 minutes, where most of the sights are. These included the Mattancherry Palace, with very ...
... breach and also a danger to us. But we did, and arrived in time to catch the ferry to Ft. Cochin. Where we had a day of walking, shopping, eating. A short coffee break and a long, delicious, keralan fish curry lunch. We readied ourselves to come home, exhausted but gratified.
Then another moment of hilarity. At the ferry stop in Ft Cochin Gita lined up to buy our tickets to Willingdon, Only one man staffed the ticket hut, but ...