Blue Ginger Wayanad Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... countryside. It is a "one street" sort of a place which we looked round during the afternoon. We had discovered a guide who is very well recommended in TripAdvisor and had arranged with him to show us round the area the following day. It also involved hiring a vehicle and driver but the whole package was very reasonable.
Our guide, Sabu, arrived for a nine o'clock start the following day. Our first stop was Edakal caves. These ...
... were so big so it seemed i couldn't do much at all so i spent the first evening researching what to do and going to a few travel agents to find groups to join but with no look at all.
Next morning i was in reception for the 1kb wifi stream near the box, looking at an onward journey and thinking i'd leave later that day if nothing turned up when just before midday a group of guys approached me and said the owner said i was looking to join a trek and they ...
It is now day three at the Ayurveda Yoga Villa and I'm already regretting I'm not staying longer. I really " lucked out" in selecting this place. I fell in love with the idea that this Centre is in nature, just above a river and out in the middle of nowhere. Little did I know that it is one of the few true Ayurvedic places in Kerala. They make all their own herbal medicines, serve organic vegetarian meals with all the produce ...
... malabar squirrel in the trees; a large red squirrel with a long, bushy tail. Luckily, there were three foreigners in front of us and we decided to share a jeep which cost rs500. This saved us a bit of money. Finally we set off into the sanctuary, seeing a couple of elephants with chains on their front legs first, which wasn't a great sign. We then proceeded to see herds of cute spotted dear akin to bambi. We also saw wild peacocks and a barely ...
... are very inexpensive in India and Sanjay (and others) believe these devices are changing the country, and for the better. According to Sanjay, and I haven't checked his figures, in the 1970's, illiteracy in India was around 51%, and 40 years later it is around 74%. Understandably he is very proud of the progress that has been made. I will be very interested to read about the changes made in India in the next decade and a ...