Kumaragiri Holiday Home

Sivanady Road, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sivanady Road, Kodaikanal.
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    Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

    Kodaikanal - keeping our Kool

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Feb 26, 2014

    30 photos

    ... and couldn’t see anything but white around us. One day it even rained hard and we quickly zipped ourselves into our seriously underused water proofs, excited by what it felt like to see, feel and smell the rain again; something that rarely crossed our mind while living in Streatham.

    So we waited for the weather to improve to rent a taxi for half a day to take us to the sights around Kodaikanal. We waited and we waited and on our last day we finally went, accepting that ...

    Up in the clouds

    A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 29, 2012

    2 comments

    ... was to go trekking, slight problem we only had flip flops, the little Indian tour guide said he would take us and said it was possible (everything is possible in India) so off we went. Trekking through jungle, climbing over rocks, wading through water was great but proved to be very difficult in flip flops and there were quite a few scary slips. Our guide took us to see a waterfall, local hill villages and a dolphin nose cliff which was a 20 ft narrow stone poking out of the ...

    From Goddess to Goa

    A travel blog entry by travelbeti on Feb 02, 2012

    16 photos

    ... I was beginning to resent the nearly-naked men in their dhotis for their near-nakedness while I suffered in my ankle-length skirt and conservative shirts.

    The people of Munnar and the surrounding region are gainfully employed by the Tata Tea Company, which provides them with work, housing and social development projects for the community. As a result, the people do not make desperate attempts to sell things to tourists, allowing ...

    Munnar & Tea

    A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 24, 2011

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... no matter which way you process a specific tea leave it has the same amount of caffeine (different tea leaves do have different amount of caffeine).



    We went into the town market after visiting the tea plantation and bought some spices including Cardamom as it is grown fresh in these mountains. We could taste the difference between the fresh cardamom pods in Munnar and the ones we get at home. These ones ...

    Anklets,Jasmine and Chapattis

    A travel blog entry by jennasjourney on Aug 21, 2010

    ... them in itself and they all had to use English to speak to me so its good practise. I'd like to go somewhere for maybe 3 months and really get into the community more and do some real teaching, I spent my month experiencing the Indian culture more than being a teacher. To the girls i was a friend which is much more important and i could see that my being there made thm happy. When i was leaving the said "we're very feeling sister", i tried to tell them that it was ...