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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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Still feeling a little ropey, I secured a spot on the local bus from Manathavady to Calicut next to the window, and settled in for the 4 hour journey.
The route involved coming down from the high regions of Wayanad to the lower lands of coastal Kerala. This necessitated getting down a couple of mountain sides with more hairpins than your average Claire's Accessories.
I had called ahead to reserve a room in a hotel near the station, and received several calls ...
... were enjoying a day out. There were a few attractions around the place, including an aquarium.
Sirasan mentioned that he was from Thrissilery village which the attendant seemed to like, and so he let us in for free. Judging the state of the fish tanks, I'd have happily paid just so they could get some cleaning equipment.
By this point the sun was out, and we decided to amble around the circumference of Pookot. My fatigue was kicking in now, so I would ...
After a relaxing interlude in the slightly cooler hills of the Western Ghats, I set off on the journey down to the coast. This time in a not so 'luxury' local bus, it cost 47.5 rupees (54p) for a 2 1/2 hr journey, good value.
It was certainly through spectacular scenery, distant forest covered hills, with numerous hairpin bends , some almost too tight for the bus to negotiate and often with sheer drops down one side into the vallies ...
... all was not completely lost, it was still a normal day for the elephants and they still needed to go to the river for a wash, we got to walk with them, just them and us, and we got to touch and be close to them which was amazing!! but would still prefer to watch them from a distanc and see them in their natural habitat.
On the way back we met a cool little kid who's english was the best we have heard, ...
I can admit it; my blog on Munnar was a word-overload. But I will not apologize. Every once in a while you find a place that is magic and I wanted just a smidgeon of what I was experiencing scrawled out over the internet. I usually stay away from grand and sweeping prose as it bogs down most of us and leaves many feeling corny and somewhat isolated from the truth; such was the risk and I was willing to ...