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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My Pet peeves

A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 03, 2013

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... am trying to guess the reasons why they make it difficult to insert into the plugs; here are some of the reasons I could think of:

  • Child safety measure - Most plugs are high and out of reach for kids.
  • Prevent insects from colonizing the plugs - All you have to do is switch them on and they will be toast.
  • Lobbying from charger manufacturers ……


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

... friendly attendant. Cracking out my best piece of Gujurati, I asked for a lungi and how much it would be to store my belongings and proceeded to infiltrate the temple. Lifted on adrenaline and adventure I spent most of my remaining morning in the temple, with my mouth firmly shut should it betray me and although I therefore did not penetrate the inner sanctum for the Darshan I was entertained by the energy of musical prayer and cooled sufficiently as the breeze ...

Chilled Out Fort Cochi

A travel blog entry by jas_lucy on Jan 28, 2012

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... the ice creams less than satisfying. We paid our 40 Rps and were provided with ice creams literally a cm tall.

Although we haven't talked much about food, it has been a large part of our trip. Last night we had a cooking with Mrs Leelu, who taught us how to make Kerala fish curry, pumpkin curry, tomato curry, thoran and chapatti. So we plan to wow you all when we get home.


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 ...