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We've had 5 great nights in the Wayanad district of Kerala, which as a nature reserve is a perfect place for trekking and wildlife spotting. Whilst here, we went out on a couple of walks up a mountain which was pretty hard work and also round the paddy fields and agricultural areas which was slightly easier going!
We definitely got lucky with the homestay we were at. ...
... and faces. The cave itself was made by several huge boulders holding another rock overhead. It made me nervous when I looked up, wondering if it would come down on our heads. We were dripping sweat in the cave, so most of us were a bit over it by the time the guide was explaining the carvings. We then visited a tribal village, where the indigenous people had been relocated from the forest. It was basic village houses, and then grew their own crops. We ...
... but as online booking doesn't exist here, we figured we'd take full advantage of the major train station and book some trains. The system over doesn't seem all too logical. You first must know what train you wish to be catching, the name code and time, then you fill out a form, however that form is kept behind the desk, you also need to prove your identity with a passport copy and only then will they tell you if you have a ticket or not. They have thing ...
... a good wife" as soon as we got into the car at the airport.
We stopped for some chicken and fish Biryani at "The Oven." I was slightly shocked at the prices. The price seems to be six times of what I paid for a biryani when I was an engineering student. Shishira quietly reminds me that I was a student more than a decade ago. The biryani is also served without a boiled egg which is a big part of my biryani eating experience in a hotel. The ...
... I hear some of you saying but it reminds me of the Alan Bennett play People, which we saw recently - questioning the way the public wander around stately homes, without knowing what they are looking at.
I'm staying at an extraordinarily upmarket lodge on the edge of Kolpetta for Avery reasonable price, it even has a swimming pool surrounded by exotic plants - so India is still proving good value for rupees.
Other places to stay in Kalpetta
Kenichira P.O, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $32
Edakkad, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $52
Palvelichem, Bavali PO, Kartikulam, Kalpetta | Hotel$79 average
Lakkidi P.O, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $50
Valathoor,Rippon, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $65
Godeli Kunnu Bye Pass Road, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $24
Thalipuzha, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $78
Pinangode Road, Kalpetta | Hotelfrom $6