Kalathil Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... s edges, the interlacing network of rivers and canals built higher than the paddy fields either side. While the backwaters all contain freshwater, the land is reclaimed from the sea and all the agriculture takes place below sea level.
Above us kingfishers and eagles fly around and on the waters boats of varying sizes and varieties pass us by, some carrying locals about their business as in this watery world there are no roads, and others carrying tourists both Indian ...
... the car and walked along beside the canal for a km or so until we saw a large canoe in the middle of a wide river, kept in place by numerous stakes. Mr C called out to them and after a bit of a chat we were all invited on board to watch. They disentangled themselves and punted over to collect us. We sat at the extreme ends of the boat and watched these guys, 58 and 64 years old, hand dredge the river. They took a deep breath and dived down 5 metres, sat on the bottom ...
... by onions, garlic, salt and garam masala. The other ingredients used were: tomato, cabbage, coconut, lentils, curd and rice (very short fat grains that were cooked for ages but they were not sticky). It was all very interesting and even tasted quite good too. In the afternoon we found and explored the second temple but although it appeared much larger on the map there was little going on so we revisited ...
... called "authentic movement, the dance within you", it's for women only. Ray and his friend Dave are giving a workshop on Tai Chi this week.
From our room we can hear people practicing for the Christmas concert. The songs are in different languages. Last year they had a full nativity scene and celebrated a Christian Christmas. This year I don't know the theme as yet but what I ...
... 3 of us talked more about ourselves and got to know each other a lot better...since wehad just met at breakfast lol. Pia is a gap year student so she just graduated high school and is going to Brown in RI next year. And Daichi is from Canada and nowww I have another friend to see and finally go to Canada! I don't know if I mentioned before but Rachelle (the girl I traveled with Day 1 of India is from Canada too!) So we got to this little village area and just started walking ...