The Gateway Hotel Beach Road Calicut
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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 ...
... why I always prefer to travel by train in India!
I broke the journey at Kozhikode (Calicut) a very busy trading centre full of white robed, affluent looking Indian men. The hotel lift doors opened at my request and revealed the lift packed with the afore mentioned who all appeared to be embracing each other - I declined to get in , although they tried to make room!
Calicut's main claim to fame is because Vasco da Gama ...
... aimless day in mysore (my sore what?? did you fall over??says ems in an email), took another room somewhere, still feeling lonely and aimless, so i picked up an indian-made copy of harry potter 5 which was a surprisingly good comfort. scouring my emails for some trace of chukki, i found her phone number, so i bought a sim card and called her, and jumped on a 5 hour bus to meet her.
she was very welcoming and happy to drive 40 mins to collect ...
... class AC for anything over an hour!! Doesn't sound alot but even the simplest of things - getting a bus, a train can be quite frustrating!!
Kozhikode beach is worth missing!! We walked for a while, got a rickshaw through thee SMELLIEST part of town and to the beach, no accommodation, litter everywhere so back we went, got to the Shathsapuri Hotel - dirtiest room!! and got the nets up, went for dinner on the ...
I mean, quietly whisper Wayanad? Who the heck wouldn’t want to see the place all the locals were quietly whispering about? I should have summed up Munnar that way but I was too busy proclaiming its beauty from the mountain tops. Perhaps I would have had more than seven readers finish the blog if I had just quietly whispered, “Munnar is heaven on earth and if you ask ...