Kalathil Lake Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Kalathil Lake Resort
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Kalathil Lake Resort Vaikom
Travel Blogs from Vaikom
... including air fare than in Britain.We all hired a tuktuk to take us to the local bar where we caused a bit of a stir with a few rather well oiled locals who were eager to converse in broken English.After a few beers it was back to the hotel buffet,a good natter and then bed as we have to be off in the morning to go catch a rice boat and explore the backwaters ...
... bizarre thing of the trip. Kathakali is the traditional dance form of Kerala. They tell a story, almost a play, but with no speech. It's all about facial expressions, especially eyes and facial twitches, also body language and movements. All are male and the main characters wear gharish facepaint, facial appendages and big costumes. Two other men stand beating drums while the compere/singer plays cymbals inbetween his explanations or warblings.
... 8220;8000 rupees. We go now!” yells Nicolas Anelka.
“Er, no.” we reply. That is some shameful profiteering. The standard price on a bus should be 50 rupees or so, they are clearly taking advantage of the state buses not running today. An Indian man and his wife also wish to get there and have been convinced to pay 1500, and Nicolas is looking to get the balance from us and two Swiss sisters - Lili and Isa - who have pitched up. A group ...
... he ran over a sack of bricks that were on the side of the alley and Don had to get out of the tuk-tuk (which was not easy as he was sitting precariously on part of the front seat as three of us were in the back seat and there wasn't really any room for anther person, but Don managed). Don lifted the bricks and moved them away from the wheels of the tuk-tuk. It took us more than an hour to go the 10km to the hotel. When I write about the journey to the hotel, ...
... Here are some good business names that I saw on the way to Cochin. My favorite was Hot Chicks for a chicken take out. I also saw Panickers Medical, Dream Cream Bakers, Steps Footwear, Cock 2 Jeans, and Homely Foods. Apparently, homely means a good thing in Britain and India. Not sure how we changed it to ugly. Daisy told us in the personal ads, it always says the men want a homely girl. While driving with horns blaring everywhere, I ...