Hotel Apple Valley
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 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 ...
... while weavers have hand crafted cotton garments. We’ve bought a little, which seemed expected of us. With no idea of the value or price of things, I finally decided after reflecting on how ridiculous it was to be negotiating hard for a twenty cent discount on a $3 bag of nuts that the best approach was to pay what we could afford if it made them happy. We’ve seen statues aplenty, often erected to honour politicians but my favourite was the one to honour an ...
... 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, ...
... would take us across a narrow river cutting through the center of town. Finding our way to the back of the stores lining the main road, we spot the old-school wooden suspension walking bridge.
Every now and then your friends do something that makes you think: "hey, you're my kind of people". That's what was running through my mind as I saw Stef and Veronika run onto the bridge and start jumping up and down, causing the bridge to resonate like ...
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"!