Kumaragiri Holiday Home

Address: 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

Sit There And Just Look Pretty, Sweetheart

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 13, 2015

89 photos

... this place isn't as traumatic as the last one, "Say No To Drugs" guy happened. Seriously? What the hell kind of face melting drugs are you doing, dude? Are you drinking bleach and smoking grenades? The rest of the museum has a three dimensional wax replica of Da Vinci's The Last Supper, and a depiction of Krishna in a garden with gopis (cow-herd girls) which took ...

PS ................... So, this is India - Part 2

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Dec 09, 2014

5 comments, 34 photos

... of a society which continually encourages people to squeeze more and more into increasingly selfish lifestyles, leaving them time poor and more likely to buy readily disposable convenience products. I wonder if the Indian politicians realise these are the four horsemen with their rabid unquenchable appetites which await them at the top of the economic escalator they have stepped on?

India seems to have focussed my reflections on this thing we call money and ...

Kodaikanal in Winter!!

A travel blog entry by fleming.joseph on Dec 29, 2012

7 photos

... fast. After checking out few reviews, I had booked "Royal Cottage" through http://www.stayzilla.com for 2 nights.

Packed-up my stuff, loaded my Linea and started the journey from home towards Kodaikanal. I have to take Nagercoil - Madurai - Batlagundu - Koldaikanal route. It was past noon when I crossed Nagercoil traffic and managed to reach NH7, heading Madurai. Crossed Madurai in around 3 hrs of time and stopped in a shady place for ...

Tea plantations by the thousands

A travel blog entry by bryan.walton on Jan 31, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

After a luxurious night at the Copper Castle, it was tea museum time, with a good display of how the traditional Indian tea is processed – cut and ground and dried to make the common 'dust tea.' Then our driver took us through the mountains of tea plantations - everywhere turning and winding with tea growing on every ...

Cups of tea in the rain

A travel blog entry by samandtom on Jun 13, 2011

78 photos

... place for this. None of the restaurants sell alcohol, and it was near impossible to find until we stumbled upon the town’s only government controlled booze shop. Behind a barrage of meshed metal and a crowd of 30+ middle aged men, a mini warehouse of every spirit imaginable both local and imported stood on display. We awkwardly took our place in the sardine queue and shuffled our way to the front. Vodka package wrapped tightly in newspaper we headed back to our ...