Hotel Revathy International

P.B. No. 39, K.K. Road, Thekkady, Kerala, 685536, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.B. No. 39, K.K. Road, Thekkady.
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Travel Blogs from Thekkady

Day 1 of the regime

A travel blog entry by mfraftery on Aug 31, 2013

A sweaty night, but I must have slept quite well as I was truly tired last night. Perhaps the sweating was caused by the night medicine which certainly caused a reaction in my body. I will leave a window open tonight as well as perhaps the night is warmer than I thought it would be. We are too used to colder nights in England and the habits are hard to break. I was shocked again this morning by a knock on my door at 06.45am. My nurse from last night was back again ! ...

Cooking Classes, Market & Spice Garden

A travel blog entry by canalannie on Oct 26, 2012

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... of veg. preparation. We arrived at around 6 o'clock, the house is at the top of a steep path; you enter the house via a large veranda set up with large tables full of vegetables that we would prepare. There was a large pit on the veranda, full of burning coal, over which a large mesh was placed then chicken pieces that had been marinating all day.

Our host was lovely, a round jolly man who would dart around the ...

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear

A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Sep 09, 2012

... different advertisement brands for all the sense the malayalum made to me.

Wednesday
Despite my city jumping yesterday Cochi-Ernakulam-Trivandrum, I was up at 5am to begin cramming my day. On the agenda, a visit to the Shree Padmanaswamy temple, a free massage at the Aryuvdeic college, the Ona Sadya, feast, a trip to the Trivandrum zoo, a spot of coffee and cake and Cherries and Berries, some shopping at Sarwaa and then to the Palace where that ...

Last few days in India

A travel blog entry by indiaelective on Feb 05, 2012

... a chai, looked really flustered, lept off the bus, bought me back a cup of chai (refusing any payment), most of which I then spilt because buying the chai had delayed the bus which then set off at a rate of knots! We planned it a little better this time and bought 3 steaming cups before boarding, which they accepted with lots of head wobbles and broad smiles.

I felt like I'd been given a lot of warnings about the ...

Safari and Ayurveda

A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 20, 2012

... Towards the end of our walk we pass through a village and visit a factory where they are drying cardamom and coffee beans. The drying process for the cardamom takes 24 hours. Every so many hours the temperature must be changed and logged on the blackboard. It seems to be an exacting and tedious process.

We walk a little further to the village clinic. One of the gals works in the field of public health and is interested ...