Ayurveda Yoga Villa

Address: Palvelichem, Bavali PO, Kartikulam, Kalpetta, Kerala, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Palvelichem, Bavali PO, Kartikulam, Kalpetta.
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      Hiking and Elephants

      A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Oct 06, 2014

      23 photos

      We've had 5 great nights in the Wayanad district of Kerala, which as a nature reserve is a perfect place for trekking and wildlife spotting. Whilst here, we went out on a couple of walks up a mountain which was pretty hard work and also round the paddy fields and agricultural areas which was slightly easier going!

      We definitely got lucky with the homestay we were at. ...

      Climbing mountains and second monsoon

      A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Sep 30, 2014

      9 photos

      ... to the female village leaders, who had fringe hair cuts and stretched ear lobes with discs. The guide also pointed out that many villagers had wider noses like people of African descent. We were scheduled to go to another village and do archery... The clouds were looming and we were all tired, but we put on our rain coats and started to trudge down the path. The guide was well ahead with one guy, and the rest of us dragged behind. We heard the rain before ...

      Faulty Towers?

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Sep 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... but as online booking doesn't exist here, we figured we'd take full advantage of the major train station and book some trains. The system over doesn't seem all too logical. You first must know what train you wish to be catching, the name code and time, then you fill out a form, however that form is kept behind the desk, you also need to prove your identity with a passport copy and only then will they tell you if you have a ticket or not. They have thing ...

      T - 15 days: No bike, no plan and a concerned clan

      A travel blog entry by surajsudhakar on Jul 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... all to delay the discussion for a bit as she has something to say. What followed was an incredibly thoughtful and sweet gesture by Lizzy aunty. The description of Lizzy aunty's gesture is probably beyond the scope of this blog but it will suffice to say that her act of interruption pretty well described how the next two days were going to pan out.

      After lunch, Tharun and I finally got some time to discuss the motorbike ride to Leh. ...

      Spice Plantation and Wildlife Park

      A travel blog entry by sallykhen on Nov 01, 2012

      2 comments, 6 photos

      We've been a little short on Gopalism's so here is the first of the day. Congress declared tea the national drink of India starting next year, although the coffee lobby is trying hard to get coffee declared the national drink. Lotus is the national flower. Tiger is the national animal. Peacock is the national bird. Mahatma Ghandi is the father of India. Overpopulation is the national problem. Food. Gopal has requested mildly spiced dishes for our meals but ...