Cardamom House

Address: Athoor Village, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, 624701, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Athoor Village, Dindigul.
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    Travel Blogs from Dindigul

    End of our Adventures in Incredible India

    A travel blog entry by timelaine on Dec 11, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... the crowded trash filled streets with cows wandering all over the place. That was the beginning of our Incredible Indian adventure which took us high up into the Himalayan Mts. as far north as Kashmir on the border of China, Afganistan and as far south as the beaches of Kerala.

    We did so many interesting things in India and we were blessed to meet so many interesting people along the way. In fact just today, we got a darshan ...

    A NICE LITTLE TOWN

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 22, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of the coffee pouring from cup to bowl and back again several times.

    We headed back toward Mamallapuram after 1130. I know I nodded off a bit, not getting the sleep I thought I had last night. We stopped at a salt extraction area, the stuff piled high under tarpaulins for drying. Had a stop at a cashew tree to see the raw product.

    Back into Mamallapuram after 1330. Nobody wanted to get off at the Five Rathas so we carried on back to ...

    Madurai - a journey to the 'Real India'

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Feb 21, 2014

    17 photos

    ... to imagine how magnificent it must have been. However, it is a shame that there are lots and lots of pigeons and their inevitable debris occupying all the ceilings.

    As we were leaving the entrance was blocked, and we had one of those surreal experiences that you sometimes seem to have when travelling in India. It turned out that it was the Mayor’s birthday and he was cutting and handing out free cake with a photographer from the local ...

    Goodnight Shiva

    A travel blog entry by keelypark on Jan 22, 2014

    3 photos

    ... about 10 people at once. Thali is basically an all-you-can-eat meal: in South India it's all served on a big banana leaf, and the waiter comes around with huge pots of rice, and chappatis and papadums and his pots of different curries and dahls, and splats it all down in front of you, and keeps splatting it until you're so full you think you might die. It's often ridiculously cheap ($1.50!) and usually really, really good. We are slowly getting better at using our hands to ...

    Aravind Eye Hospital

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Jan 17, 2014

    29 photos

    ... hospital by volume, with more than 50% of its patients treated free of charge and a mission to end needless blindness wherever it can in the world. How? It’s a delicate balance to trade off the paying customers with the free customers but they manage it with ease, largely thanks to their incredible efficiency and innovation. Here are just a few examples:

    - Rather than operate on one person at a time, they operate on many people at once ...