Blue Ginger Wayanad Resorts
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Blue Ginger Wayanad Resorts
TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Ginger Wayanad Resorts Kalpetta
Travel Blogs from Kalpetta
... just thought the locals like to party! It was great talking to our guide Hussain, we nattered about the Cricket World Cup then he talked about what sports he played – he’s goalkeeper for a local "mud football" team. As part of the Wayanad Monsoon Festival they organise a 7-a-side Mud Football competition, Hussain’s team got to the final but lost 1-0 unfortunately – sounds pretty crazy as a sport goes as this ...
... 8217;t starting till tomorrow, so we popped to the ATM, dropped in on a bee-farm (some blokes house by the side of the road with a few bee hives out front!) and had an impromptu trip to see the tomb of the King of Kerala who was killed by the British in the last 1800’s. A few random stops, but it was just nice to be out and about, and we still kept our eyes glued to the roadside on the way back in case we saw anymore elephants like this morning!
... tucked into the buffet style/help-yourself lunch which was river fish heavy (not great for us but never mind!) and arranged to share a jeep safari into Wayanad National Park with Dave, a retired builder from Huddersfield and his lovely wife Rosie, an ex-commune owner and social worker – such a gorgeous couple, we loved them straight away!
The rest of the afternoon was spent chatting with the other guests, 2 lecturers from Melbourne, 3 Italian backpackers, a ...
... to say hello, and show me around too. He was on his school hols for Christmas, helping out at the plantation.
Sanjeev and I then took the bike back, and I was given a banana for the road. I walked back to the bus station, past the Catholic church and spoke with the person I'll be staying with for the next few nights, Madhu.
I got a quick tuk-tuk to the petrol station and step out onto the pavement.
... br> After having a tasty breakfast of Idli and Sambhar , we started our expedition of wayanad. First place we visited was magnificent "SoochiPara Falls".We had to walk 1.5-2 km to reach the falls, it was an easy trek and we enjoyed it.On reaching the falls , all the team members except Shankar, Mahesh and Me, ventured into the water and we were taking pictures of the team enjoying in the water. Vinod , Raja , Manoj, Varada, ...