The Gateway Hotel Beach Road Calicut

Address: PT Usha Rd. , Kozhikode, Kerala, 673 002, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on PT Usha Rd. , Kozhikode.
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      Khozikode the city from hell

      A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 09, 2015

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      ... the receptionist came up to the room and called the cleaner. The cleaner was told off and we were led to a nicer room. It was meant to be an ac room however the ac wasn't working. The receptionist hugged us both and said his apologies, then left us. We quickly found a cockroach in the bathroom which, I captured and thew out the window. There were mosquitos everywhere! The next day we went to the rough guides recommended vegetarian restaurant which turned out ...

      Green Coffee Bean

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      Goodbye to my dear Kannur family

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredink on Mar 09, 2013

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      ... variety of people ... My seat is lucky #15 so I think all will be well today in my continuing journey.

      My flight to Delhi has 2 stops. At the first stop, we stayed on the plane and before new passengers were allowed on, security came on board and verified baggage in overhead bins belonged to each passenger. With recent rebels/insurgents hiding in nearby mountains, security has been increased here. 2nd stop was Mumbai. Flying in I could see a very large city with ...

      Chamarajenagar (say it as fast as you can!)

      A travel blog entry by magicmems on Aug 11, 2012

      ... which ruined the soil and the groundwater, and each year new seeds were required as well as evermore expensive fertiiliser. in hundreds of thousands of cases the debts put too much pressure on the farmer and he committed suicide by drinking the very pesticides he was indebted because of). my couchsurfing hosts in bangalore had commented that farmer suicides were a normal thing in india, they were compacent, but here in rural areas it is a ...

      Mosquito Hell

      A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Dec 01, 2010

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      ... such luxury and great to pass on the curry for once. After some relaxing reading and drinking coffee, we grabbed a rickshaw and set off to a market where the super-efficient receptionist said we would find a place to buy a new back wheel rim for Mikey. We had discovered yesterday that it actually had an enormous hole ripped into it by shoddy brakes. The first shop we went into directed us straight to Azil Bikes, a wholesale bike shop which ...