Kodai - By The Lake, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... quite different to our initial expectations. The cooler temperature was a welcome relief and the nature was spectacular. Whether it was bad luck or just the wrong season, we felt a bit limited by the cloudy weather and 3 nights would have probably been sufficient to see what there was to see. Villa Retreat was a bit over our budget, but it is the best place to stay in Kodaikanal and certainly helped us recreate that ‘hill station’ experience we ached for after months of blistering ...
... pedal broke off, such a shame that Steff didn't have to pedal the last 1km! After that we walked around a huge park with beautiful flowers, trees and ponds. Exercise over we relaxed in a cafe and watched the clouds flowing over in and out of the mountain range. We were so impressed with the Indian takeaway we got it again and took it on the sleeper bus with us, it went absolutely everywhere but was delicious! With a full stomach we quickly fell fast asleep until we arrived in Fort ...
India is full of many nice, kind, giving people. In India
one of the things to do is to give, and that’s what they do. They give their
time, talents, and resources. They give because they want to or they think they
have to, either way it’s giving. Now on to their families, most families are
Thawing out over breakfast (outside!), we planned our day ahead. It appears you need to do the mileage to see the "sights". So we spent our second day in a row, in the car! We've decided to put Munnar down to experience - yes, spectacular scenery, but Munnar was simply a pit - indeed, not helped by our homestay.
We are famous - Sundar the journalist we met in Coooor published the article below in the New Indian Daily Express. "Foreigners Claim Xmas Memorable"!
We had arrived into Kochi (pronounced Coach-e) yesterday which is in the province of Kerela (pronounced Care-uh-la). Kochi is a very industrial town which is full of pollution, traffic and dust. Kochi is used mostly as a gateway for travellers to get to other parts of Kerela.
We woke early around 6:00 am to be ready for the drive to Munnar. The drive was supposed to be about 4 hours and none of really knew what we had in store for us for the drive to ...