Kalathil Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Vaikom
... edges. So pretty. We stopped off at a river bank and watched as several large houseboats went by. These are old traditional rice boats. Then we went in a canoe, across to the other riverbank - to a large island. We're staying here, with a local family. They have rooms in their house. It was large and actually a lot nicer than I had expected! And finally at 1.45pm, lunchtime. I was so hungry!! We were served rice (a weird type of rice - massive pieces, which ...
... Mettapalaim via Coimbatore. There are no direct trains between Munnar and Coimbatore. So this morning I set off at 6.30am to catch a 7am chicken bus for a 6.5 hour drive through the mountains. Two hours later the bus had not arrived. E locals can be friendly in a misleading sort of way:
'Seven o'clock, no sir. It's eight'
'Eight o'clock? Someone told you wrong it's nine o'clock and it doesn't go direct either'
I'm sure it happens in England in ...
... We found a cool beachfront shack aptly named the '«hillout cafe' with its relaxed vibe. We spent the day eating, drinking, reading and looking out to sea whilst listening to some great music, it was lovely to wind down. We left around 5pm and by this time it was like a completely different beach, crammed with locals - mostly young lovers walking hand in hand - the womens brightly coloured saris created a lovely ...
... street processions complete with elephants, drummers and flaming torches. We knew something was up - we had found enormous poos on the street that could only have come from an elephant, or a horse with a serious bowel problem!
One of the tourist highlights of Kerala is a trip along the backwaters, a series of lakes and rivers that run for hundreds of miles along the coast. You can do anything from half day ...
... that you can see. There's litter by the side of the tracks because people will always throw litter from trains but apart from that it's so clean. Maybe I've gotten to the point where I don't notice a few water bottle or crisp packets now after the piles of garbage in Rajasthan that people just wandered out of their houses and added to, but since I got south of Mumbai, ...