Malabar Gate Hotel

Address: Ram Mohan Road, Kozhikode, Kerala, 673004, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ram Mohan Road, Kozhikode.
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      Wayanad district...

      A travel blog entry by wix on Feb 13, 2015

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      ... to make it to the top other than the reality we were all cooked already!

      That night i'd arranged to meet this amazing old woman called Vera for dinner. I briefly met and chatted with her at reception the night before. 85 from Yugoslavia, her husband and light of her life died 10 years before and she still spoke of him as the centre point of her life. they had traveled India for years between them and so i sensed she was here reliving past places and memories. ...

      Life in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by pdforsyth on Feb 12, 2015

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      ... sure I didn't miss my stop! What a relief it was to have a young man approach me and ask if I was going to the Ayurveda Yoga Villa. Three hours later after wending his way through chaotic traffic and negotiating the switchbacks and 9 hairpin turns of the 11 km climb into the mountains, we arrived. When a warm welcome, perfumed air, sound of the river and a lovely meal greeted me I knew I had come to the right place. Namaste from ...

      Khozikode the city from hell

      A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 09, 2015

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      ... 45min walk. We finally reached coffee beanz where I had a black stallion(espresso). Hotel Sagar was where we ended up for dinner after checking out zains, zamzam and trying in vain to find mezban, but we were pointed in different directions by everyone we asked! The food was okay, at least it was better than paragons. I had a Gobi 65 which turned out to be deep fried cauliflower and an egg masala. Georgia had a paneer and vegetable tikka which I was rather jealous ...

      The Bubonic Plague Express ( Part 3)

      A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Oct 21, 2013

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      As I'm sure you'd have guessed, the toilets weren't up to much, it was basically a hole that emptied it's contents directly onto the tracks. (British ones do the same by the way, but by using a western style toilet people think that it's somehow sterilized and disposed of isn't.).
      it was the sheer amount of people using these facilities that were causing the foul smells. Sometimes, after food had been served and when we ...

      Day 2: The Backwaters

      A travel blog entry by pawanrajk on Jan 27, 2012

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      ... had given an impression that he does not have onions so Alok made scrambled eggs for him with only tomatoes which gave his portion a serious red colour. After a bite Ashish knew that he was missing the onions, he could not have scrambled tomatoes and claimed that with beer he can have onions. We had a good laugh and promptly mixed the two lots of scrambled eggs to get just the right mix onions and tomatoes with eggs.

      Ameet was very keen on boating on the race boats ...