Kodai - By The Lake, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... buried under that particularly gorgeous blanket of cloud and I wouldn't have a clue, but I snapped a bunch of photos anyway before heading back home. Also, a visit to Kodaikanal isn't complete without an early morning stroll around the lake with a brief stop at a dhaba for a chai and a bread omelette which I had purely to find out what the actual **** it is. So you know ...
... India is just the right filter it seems to dig into this thing called money and its place in lives.
Travelling in India means temples. They are everywhere. Big ones or small ones by the roadside, some brightly coloured and richly decorated, while others appear to have seen better days, yet all of them playing a part in peoples’ lives. People, often with little money are worshiping at pooja ceremonies and offering gifts to the gods. As we had discovered with ...
... your drive thrilling. Driving through the ghat roads in the evening with the colors of sunset in the skies and deep valley in the side was enjoyable. Occasionally certain parts of the road were tiled, looked like there will be water flow across the road in raining season. The more nearer we were to Kodai, the road conditions deteriorated, many potholes and rough patches. There is a lookout called rat-tail falls before you reach the Kodai town, ...
... tuk not quite knowing what to expect - and arrived at the catholic school to discover that of the 2000 audience members we had two front row seats reserved for us - the only non-indians. And the school performance - wow - kiwi schools may need to step up their game. With the theme 7 wonders of the world, children from the age of 5 to 14 performed incredibly choreographed dances from each region, rio, india, ...
... he grew, before his wife sold us their produce at inflated prices. Of course we ended up buying a few bits, who can say no to a smiley midget man?
Impressed with our "get out there" attitude we retired to our room, had an early dinner and watched Harry Potter in bed.
Now public bus gurus we waited for our 12:30 Munnar to Madurai bus, no complaints here either, though you will need to hold any toilet urges in for at least 6 hours, so tummy bug suffers ...