Malabar Gate Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... is hard to find. Anyway, with all fingers crossed and a ticket to a name we could not even read, we embarked on two separate train journeys. The first 6 hours followed by 3 hours hoping to end up at the Shiva Temple. Once we found our train, we were not exactly reasurred when the ticket inspector looked at our ticket then asked where we were going.
To K's relief, 'supplies' frequently pass through the carriage during the journey, ...
We made our way from Mettupayalam across to Kozhikode and this was probably the toughest day so far. All 1st, 2nd and 3rd class air conditioned seats are booked months in advance, so for us to stand any chance of retaining our desired flexibility, we travel 'cattle class' with the locals.
On the plus side, the views are spectacular in both beauty and diversity. Filthy dirty towns are dotted ...
... we suddenly saw one grazing on some trees right next to the road side so managed to get really close which was cool and also a little scary when it started stamping it's foot at the traffic which ground to a halt whilst everyone to took photos!
So, after a really good week here, certainly a little sad to be leaving Kerala, but a Wayanad has been a great note to end ...
... uncle and Thushara follow in another car. To try and give some order to the chaos that is going to follow, Shishira and I have come up with an agenda (pic attached) and suggested moderators for the topics we need to discuss as a family. After an inauguration ceremony, Leela aunty unveiled the agenda and officially declared the family retreat open. Before we can get to item 1 on the agenda, Lizzy aunty interrupts and requests all to delay the discussion for ...
After a relaxing interlude in the slightly cooler hills of the Western Ghats, I set off on the journey down to the coast. This time in a not so 'luxury' local bus, it cost 47.5 rupees (54p) for a 2 1/2 hr journey, good value.
It was certainly through spectacular scenery, distant forest covered hills, with numerous hairpin bends , some almost too tight for the bus to negotiate and often with sheer drops down one side into the vallies ...