Grassroots Wayanad

Address: Koilery Kunnu via Pinangode, Kalpetta, Kerala, 673575, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Koilery Kunnu via Pinangode, Kalpetta.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Grassroots Wayanad Kalpetta

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          Travel Blogs from Kalpetta

          Wayanad - Tea Country in the Western Ghats

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 17, 2014

          32 photos

          ... British who constructed hill towns for rest and relaxation in the area during the colonial era, the best known of which is Ooty in Tamil Nadu.
          WE stayed for two nights in Wayanad, the name of the mountain district in northern Kerala rather than of a specific town, en route from Mysore to Cochin. Our accommodations were at two homestays located several miles apart between which we alternated our meals. One was in fact rooms ...

          Rural Life - Kalpetta

          A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Dec 30, 2013

          2 comments, 13 photos

          ... seem to understand. She takes a lot of portraits of the people she interacts with. Even those who at first don't want to be objectified through photos (particularly some of the women, who can be quite shy) eventually warm up to her and actually ask for their photo to be taken, posing and everything. This white woman is, of course, Genesta. People are endeared by her effusive sincerity, which is a force that crosses cultural and language barriers.


          Slow torture at a yoga reatreat

          A travel blog entry by shonamary on Dec 22, 2013

          ... who determines if it is relevant of not?!) 3. you must drink the 'tulsi' water (a fairly revolting herbal water) Sophie and I have taken the rules into our own hands and live by our own law... 1. defininetly engage in conversation even laughter during meal times 2. engage in as much irrelevant banter as possible and 3. go down to the local shop and buy bottled water and even some soda to mix with our Duty Free vodka and ...

          Kabini Nagarhole National Park

          A travel blog entry by nehakannan on Oct 06, 2013

          Had an early start thanks to Anavi, she kept me up since 3am so was up and about at 6am Chat and garam chai with family, then headed off for Kabini. Since we started at 7am we got out of Bangalore city pretty quick, being Sunday and early morning we happily missed the crazy Bangalore ...

          Czasem slonce, raczej deszcz

          A travel blog entry by kdr on Aug 02, 2013

          2 comments, 9 photos

          Po opuszczeniu parku narodowego Bandipur w dalsza podroz ruszylismy samochodem wraz z Vanchym i jego zona. Vanchy jest wlascicielem malego pensjonatu w regionie Wayanad, oprocz tego plantatorem, przyrodnikiem samoukiem i swietnym fotografem przyrody. Zboczyl troche z glownej drogi, zebysmy po drodze zobaczyli troche wiejskiego zycia.
          W trasie przekroczylismy granice stanow - pozegnalismy Karnatake ...