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Address: Pinangode Road, Kalpetta, Kerala, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Pinangode Road, Kalpetta.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalpetta

    Village trek

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 04, 2015

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    ... carry it back to the villages on their heads – hard, hard yards. We found a shaded bus stop and waited for the jeep to take us back to the homestay – talk about sardines, we managed to cram 10 people into one jeep – very cosy but it was only a short ride back thankfully. We were knackered after walking in the midday sun so opted to just chill for the afternoon – Joe organised and printed out train tickets ...

    Wild elephant safari

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... saw Hannah finish the Kite Runner (hot contender for her favourite ever book), then Joe signed set about the arduous task of signing us up to book train tickets online, whilst Hannah joined Daniel and other Hannah for some self-taught yoga on the lawn, where we were joined by Bruno the homestay dog who is lovely and Jyokri, the cheeky 4 month old puppy who wanted to play with us as we did our yoga. We didn’t get to the end as the puppy kept jumping on us, so ...

    Some thoughts...

    A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... that help deliver those things to more people." By Bill and Melinda Gates I saw an article in the Guardian newspaper this morning about Bill and Melinda Gates and the newest challenge issued by their foundation. After spending almost three weeks in India, I admire their goals, but I wonder if they are achievable. Of course they are experts in this area, and they have numerous advisors to give them directions, but ...

    Busy bus and hammock time

    A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 02, 2015

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    ... tigers etc. as the bus had to slow to 30km to avoid any unfortunate road-kill accidents with the wildlife! We fancied going to Nagarhole NP but it was too expensive, so having a mini safari by public bus was a great surprise!

    Lots of people on the bus wanted to say hello, or have a quick chat – one little girl handed us a coffee candy sweet and was thrilled when we asked if she wanted to sit next to us (short lived however as another herd of people joined the bus). ...

    Czasem slonce, raczej deszcz

    A travel blog entry by kdr on Aug 02, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... do Kerali, glownego celu naszej wyprawy. Kerala - a dokladnie region Wayanad - powitala nas deszczem. W deszczu zwiedzilismy mala fabryczke wyrobow bambusowych, przy deszczu stukajacym w dach zjedlismy kolacje. Deszcz padal cala noc. Ranek nastepnego dnia zapowiadal sie nieco lepiej, ruszylismy wiec wynajeta motoryksza na wycieczke do jaskini Edakkal. To lokalna atrakcja z naskalnymi rysunkami z ...

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