Kannur Ayurvedic Centre

Address: Emily P.O. Kalpetta, Kalpetta, Kerala, 673121, India | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Kalpetta

    Kalpetta - Wayanad

    A travel blog entry by aandl on Apr 23, 2015

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    ... from bamboo, a waterfall, and generally driving round through lovely scenery, with a high percentage of the area given over to plantations (usually with surprisingly wide mixture of trees and crops). The area is particularly rich - swathes of bright green tea bushes, deep green leaved coffee trees, jackfruit trees, betel nut palms, cardamom bushes, nutmeg trees, pepper plants (creepers), chili bushes, tapioca plants, etc etc. Really ...

    Wayanad district...

    A travel blog entry by wix on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... were so big so it seemed i couldn't do much at all so i spent the first evening researching what to do and going to a few travel agents to find groups to join but with no look at all.

    Next morning i was in reception for the 1kb wifi stream near the box, looking at an onward journey and thinking i'd leave later that day if nothing turned up when just before midday a group of guys approached me and said the owner said i was looking to join a trek and they ...

    Life in Paradise

    A travel blog entry by pdforsyth on Feb 12, 2015

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    ... their own garden, have cows that are blessed every day and also rubbed down with oil and look after their staff and neighbours with the same care as us clients. The whole place has a sense of tranquility that arises from Hindu spirituality that is evident everywhere....the artwork, the beautiful displays of floating flowers, the chanting, the pooja (purification and prayer ceremonies), the carefully laid out meal trays, the prayer ...

    Climbing mountains and second monsoon

    A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Sep 30, 2014

    9 photos

    ... with Kerala paratha, my favourite bread so far. Curries and rice and banana with curd for dessert. Next day, we bussed to Edakkal Caves which is believed to be a shelter of neolithic people. It had a steep incline to the entry, then 200 steep steps (rock and man made) to the top, in quite humid weather. The caves were pretty, but the main attraction was the carvings inside the uppermost cave. It seemed like geometric patterns, until our guide pointed out ...

    Ashwini Week One: 4 carb meals and Chapattifying W

    A travel blog entry by jenny_dodds on Apr 05, 2013

    1 comment

    ... is growing by the day-we have been told about the leopards (which ate Shyla’s dog), Cobras (for which there is no venom antidote), tigers (they will gnaw your head), wild boars (who will gore you with their huge teeth and are known to chase the odd medical student) and, last but not least, giant wild squirrels (which as far as I know have no massive risk though chances are they have some kind of sword in their tails). Makes the cockroaches look ...

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