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... settled in the region whose culture is still intact in this protected zone, Wayanad region is little affected with the advent of tourism.Here we go on nature trails in Wayanad Wildlife sanctuary and visit the Edakkal Caves which is believed to have been a shelter of neolithic people.
... the Indian Ocean. Nathan and I decided to split up for the first day in Calicut so that we could individually explore our hearts' desires with no restrictions. As I wandered around the city aimlessly at first, just admiring orchards, gardens, temples, pagodas, and palaces, as well as Arab residences that were several stories high, made of stone and lime, and covered with a tiled roof. Following the familiar noise of people talking over ...
This is one of the captivating hill twon of Kerala that is also called the green paradise as it shares borders with the greener patches of the state.
Lush agriculture fields, thick forests and misty hills of Kerala add to its scenic charm.
I got a beautifull view from there I enjoy all kind of forest
Travelled in the comfort of a Volvo AirCon bus for the two and a half hour journey from Calicut to Kalpetta, including 9 spectacular hairpins in a row (for which they had thoughtfully put up signs 1/9, 2/9 ... ... !). It was quite a long bus and had to reverse several times when going round some of the corners to actually get round!
Had some trouble finding the homestay we had reserved (for once we had not noted the address - assuming ...
... a mix veg dal and a spicy veg Hyderabadi, Georgia had a mix veg curry and a wheat parotta. I was under the impression it was all cooked in coconut oil down south, however the Hyderabadi curry didn't taste as such. After the meal we caught the bus to the edakkal caves. It turned out to be a 40min trek up a road and then up the side of a mountain. There were two caves, a lower and upper chamber. The lower was just a shelter with a steady stream, whilst up a steep set of steps in the ...