Stream Valley Cottages

Address: Thalipuzha, Kalpetta, Kerala, 673576, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Thalipuzha, Kalpetta.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalpetta

    Green Paradise

    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 27, 2015

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    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

    Kalpetta - Wayanad

    A travel blog entry by aandl on Apr 23, 2015

    46 photos

    ... look at and very interesting to learn about from Sabu (who was very good, knowledgeable and understandable).

    We finished off the day pleased with the achievement of completing the climb, a lot more knowledgeable about what the original trees and plants that spices, coffee etc come from, having passed through lovely scenery and having seen plenty of bird life and the rear of a giant squirrel too!


    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 ...

    Calicutting Edge

    A travel blog entry by travelpeainapod on Mar 04, 2015

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    ... line-break">“We’ ll go back to the ship in a bit.” I promised, trying to pluck the nearest Chinese merchant from the endless chain of stalls so Gab could practice conversing with them.
    I understand her anger though, the Zamorins were quite awful. They has concubines that they used and threw away like snotty tissues, and if anyone was caught chewing betel during the night of their death burial, their lips would be cut off. ...

    Some thoughts...

    A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... observed in the north, there are many, many obstacles to overcome, but with anything related to humans, there is always possibility. I hope that in the next fifteen years the people in India (and all developing countries) reach the objectives set out by Bill and Melinda Gates...maybe one of my own children will help with these goals. But with illiteracy at 25% in some northern states, the people of India have a long way to ...