Agraharam Cottages

Address: Thirunnelli Temple, Kalpetta, Kerala, 670646, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Thirunnelli Temple, Kalpetta.
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      Village trek

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 04, 2015

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      ... The electric fence takes its feed from the main village power lines suspended above so who knows how much voltage it carries and they also dig huge trenches in an attempt to deter the elephants with farms having their own moats. The elephants are pretty clever though, Hussain said that once the Elephant is shocked it will remember and subsequently find a large tree trunk and lay it down on the fence and then just walk over, hence ...

      Wild elephant safari

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 03, 2015

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      ... roads' were in terrible condition and we had to crouch down to see below the roof. We saw another few Spotted Deer, some rather majestic males with their huge antlers glowing in the morning sun, a rather fat peacock hen and a few monkeys. We also saw a few male peacocks with their vibrant feathers trailing behind. At one point we asked the driver to stop for a minute or two so we could enjoy the peace and sound of the forest, however it was interspersed with the sound ...

      Some thoughts...

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 03, 2015

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      ... the poverty in this country of one and a quarter billion people, I don't know... Many of the cities we saw in the north lack basic infrastructure - running water, sewers, paved roads, etc. The caste system appears to be part of the fabric of the country, even though it has been illegal since 1950 and from what we learned, this impacts growth in India, particularly in the north. Reflecting back on the living ...

      Busy bus and hammock time

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... only tourists on the bus we kept trying to get the attention of the money collecting lady who sat at the back of the bus (she blew a whistle once to get the driver to stop and three times to get him to set off again) as we didn’t want to miss our stop and had no idea where we were. When our stop finally arrived, she told us we were there and we tried to get our bags down from the rack above, but we can’t have been fast enough for her liking as she kept shouting ...

      T - 17 days: No bike, no plan and a concerned clan

      A travel blog entry by surajsudhakar on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... to sit inside the house. The view is beautiful and the nature sounds in the background are soothing. Dad and Anto uncle have been holding fort with mom gone and no help at KEM. True to Dad's way of doing things, Shishira and I are not only quickly introduced to the routine of the KEM household but also made aware of the many household chores that we could volunteer to take up. There are a couple of things that need to be done before more family arrives ...