Bison Wells Jungle Lodge

Address: Camp George, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624103, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camp George, Kodaikanal.
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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

Head for the hills!

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Sep 21, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... shorts and tshirts but I do admit I had to put on my cardigan at night.

There is a large international school here so this has made a bit of a cosmopolitan flavour to the town and there is even a subway, domino's, baskin n robbins and a kfc equivalent called hfc(We did have subway and the hfc, it was a nice change). There are also small cafes that sell cake, sandwiches and pastries. Plus an assortment of north and south Indian restaurants and a couple ...

The Village

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

96 photos

... from Western life, and that if he really wanted to attract more western students, he should think about building a new, gender integrated foreign students hostel. He frowned at this and told us they plan on building two new Foreign Students hostels. One for boys and one for girls. Thankfully he didn’t notice me rubbing my eyes at how ridiculous he sounded. “We’ll just spend twice the money so that the kids can sneak into each others’ rooms anyway.” ...

Munnar Day 1

A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Mar 13, 2012

10 photos

Our second day in India was a spectacular one.

Before breakfast I complete yesterday's blog. Breakfast itself was a typical shipboard buffet and I had a fruit salad, French toast with syrup and a chocolate roll.



We left the ship at 9.00am and for 2 hours we drove through densely populated towns before arriving at the Hill Palace in Tripunithura. It ...

To Munnar and the Mountains

A travel blog entry by debsrtwjourney on Jan 22, 2012

... and how they have worked to preserve the environment around them. It is interesting and informative as well as enjoyable. The plantations were initially started by Europeans, with the approval of the Indian royalty. They hired Tamils (Indians from Tamil Nadu) and Muldavas, I believe they are called (local hill people) to work the plantations and communities. They provided lodging and medical care for the workers, and say they took steps ...

English weather and Indian men

A travel blog entry by tatandandy on Jul 14, 2011

... The town is built on a hill up the top of a very big mountain. So the only way is down, that is until walking home of course! The restaurants were uninspiring so we ate at a grubby cafe serving parottha and dhall, stocked up on chocolate at the bakery and headed to see the main attraction - the lake in the middle of town.

After passing a horse tripping balls and getting ridiculously lost looking for the largest ...

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