Lake Palace Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Alappuzha
... that the driver had left. He came back soon and then took us to a textile clothing store. It was four floors and had lots of salespeople. One the second floor many women sat and watched as various sari materials were being shown on a platform. All of the husbands sat on chairs in the back waiting for the shopping torture to end. The afternoon was filled with ping pong and lots of swimming. Caleb ...
... interaction with them but we did learn a few pieces of helpful information. We started out in the lake and eventually made it to smaller canals that overlooked homes and many rice fields. The chef had a small size kitchen in the back and prepared a lovely lunch for us consisting of prawns, rice, veggie dishes and a white fried fish. It was amazing to have this quality of food on a boat. The captain sat on a small wooden chair and held up a small ...
... was a resident butler and a chef who kindly rustled up some fish and rice for dinner which we ate alone in a large dining room.
... with rain in the current thunder storm that seemed to be taking place. As I said before it was a rather impromptu decision to move onto the next town whilst in Valkaran we had wifi, now and then along with electricity....it had been storming a bit and the weather had taken a turn for the worse which meant power cuts and no wifi. We'd sent an email just before it koncked out, to Johnsons guest house in Allapey. We had our guide book incase, and just hoped there was room at ...
... usually a house, and for some a business also. The small villages are growing along the main roads, shops and businesses of all sorts, want prime frontage on the main road. This means that out of the two and a half to three hour journey, three quarters of it is passing shops. One village merges into another, in a corridor of shops, traffic and honking horns. Shops like "Facebook" a men's clothing shop; "Dew drop" a ladies clothing ...