- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... whilst Hannah read her book. Tea time soon came around and after speaking with a few of the other guests we eventually changed our minds regarding our next destination so quickly needed to cancel the train tickets and accommodation and make new plans to go to Kannur – talk about last minute stuff. We had been told about the Theyyam fire rituals in Kannur and thought it too good to miss so after some last minute arrangements we ...
... hocking, coughing up and then spitting out whatever treats he had – not quite the serenity we were hoping for!
The safari style portion of the morning ended and we were a little sad that we hadn’t see any wild elephants that we were told were fairly easy to spot (though we had seen some elephant poop!), so we set of once again in the jeep for the homestay. Our driver cranked up the music (proper Hindu nightclub stuff!), spat away and sped ...
... about our age; Hannah and Daniel from Austria, and Aaron, and American lad living in Bangalore with his wife, on holiday with his Danish Dad and step-mum who were also just lovely and invited us to stay with them in Denmark, or use their holiday cottage in Sweden – might just take them up on that offer! We lounged in hammocks and Hannah started the Kite Runner, which proved difficult to put down, then we enjoyed another dinner with the other guests and chatted till around 9pm ...
... sick with a chest infection, but, on the recommendation of a nurse, I bought some antibiotics at a druggist and the pills have been clearing it up.
We arrived in Kalpetta on New Year's Eve and although we were invited to attend a local celebration, neither Genesta or I felt up to it. Truth be told, we didn't even make it to the count down and were asleep by 10pm.
Kalpetta is settled in a lush mountain range, where tea, coffee, beetle ...
Morning broke following my 11 hour snooze, to once again find my nasal turbinates gargling awake and my throat spluttering and coughing into action. For three nights I have continued to be plagued by the common cold, soothed only today by yesterdays recent procurement of tissues, paracetamol and a hot-mucoid dissolving-bath.
Following a breakfast of what appeared to be mixed vegetables in a fine semolina or couscous like carb (which did go well with banana), whilst longing after ...