Eagle Crest Holiday Home

Address: Telephone Exchange Road Elathur, Kozhikode, Kerala, 673303, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Telephone Exchange Road Elathur, Kozhikode.
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        Travel Blogs from Kozhikode

        Calicut - Stopover

        A travel blog entry by aandl on Apr 21, 2015

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        It was too far to get to the Wayanad area (our next place to visit) in one day so we decided to stop over in Calicut (Kozhikode).

        Ferry from Fort Cochin over to Ernakalem on the mainland, auto rickshaw to the station for the train to Calicut - for which we had seats reserved. David (the owner of the homestay in Cochin) had kindly offered to arrange get this for us through ...

        Goodbye to my dear Kannur family

        A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on Mar 09, 2013

        6 photos

        ... Upstairs was Ranjit (her son) and Katja (daughter-in-law) so it as a duplex shared by one vibrant family and we volunteers were welcomed into this extraordinary family.

        Last night Tracey and I made dinner for everyone as a thank you for their hospitality ... BBQ chicken with Ranjit's secret pineapple marinade, pasta with garlic oil and fresh coriander and a salad with whatever vegetables were at the local stand. Tracey had Canadian flag banners and balloons so the ...

        Blog 40: 2 Cups of Indian -a Jones -ing Tea

        A travel blog entry by shoberg on Jan 13, 2010

        6 photos

        ... and finally came to a price point we could all agree on. They started at 1,300 rupees and would take nothing less than 1,100. None of my dickering skills held any sway over them as they could see we wanted the bag and as the last shop open that night, were willing to pay $24 for an Indian made suitcase.

        We purchased the suitcase, ate supper, and prepared for our journey to Wayanad.

        Quilandy days

        A travel blog entry by aloksingh on Sep 14, 2009

        2 photos

        ... from indigenous Arab merchants. Eventually Gama was able to gain an ambiguous letter of concession for trading rights, but he had to depart without giving notice of his intention to do ...

        Travelling at last

        A travel blog entry by worldlywanderer on Feb 18, 2008

        We left to he sight of Vasu waving a paper in the air and looking very frustrated that he couldn't communicate with us. There was a last ditch attempt to take an extra month's rent from us and we paid an extortionate electricity bill. the only one, it seemed, who was unhappy to see us go was Sanjit our regular taxi ...