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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMalabar Palace Kozhikode
You cant always expect a premium facilities in there, but you will enjoy the food and environment.
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... we suddenly saw one grazing on some trees right next to the road side so managed to get really close which was cool and also a little scary when it started stamping it's foot at the traffic which ground to a halt whilst everyone to took photos!
So, after a really good week here, certainly a little sad to be leaving Kerala, but a Wayanad has been a great note to end ...
... 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 ...
... tomorrow yes" "No, I need now." We actually have a few copy's for this reason. We hand one over. "Yes, I need passport, address visa" "We don't have visa copy, you have passport copy though." "This passport? No need address" Wtf. "No, this is passport copy, you have passport copy, no address...look, same" showing him original passport. "Ahhhh, you go copy visa as bring me" Surrender. "Fine, we will later." 2. The reason we came to Waynad was due to the ...
... made second hand RE bikes were also expensive. With less than 2 weeks to our planned ETD, it seemed like a tall order to get my hands on a Bullet. Tharun suggested that we try and meet a local Bullet mechanic who might be able to source a second hand bike for me.
Narayan, one of the Estate Managers who worked at the coffee plantation that surrounded KEM, connected me to Abhi, a mechanic who was an expert on Bullet bikes and had a workshop ...
... their briefcases and produce bundles of papers and go about wandering the train ticking boxes. Then they would come back and make sure everything was in triplicate, have a kip and bugger off. What did they do with all those inspection papers? Did they go back to head office, produce everything in triplicate and say to the boss "Sir, you will be pleased to know that the 16345 Delhi to Trivandrum is still in an absolute shocking state."