Cardamom House

Athoor Village, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, 624701, India | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Dindigul

    Colonial retreat

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Feb 20, 2014

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    Whilst the weeks spent at Aravind could be frustrating and difficult, we managed to punctuate them with beautiful weekends spent recharging our batteries (and our resolve) at the wonderful Cardamom House. This was recommended to us when we said we needed somewhere to escape to and we were so pleased that it was. An hour and a half drive away from …

    Christmas in London's Emporium

    A travel blog entry by londoncalling93 on Dec 16, 2013

    22 photos

    ... existed since 1014 "and probably much earlier" and was subsequently moved south of St Margaret's church on the High Street.

    During the 19th century it became one of London's most important food markets due to its strategic position near the riverside wharves of the Pool of London. The present buildings were designed in 1851, with additions in the 1860s and an entrance designed in the Art Deco style added ...

    They came, they saw, they built

    A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Aug 28, 2013


    ... It was celebrated with the whole family coming from around the country and joining the rest of the village to walk around holding various buckets/ tray of food and dropping the loudest bangers I've ever heard. It was something like Lewes fireworks night, if anyway's ever been, but all for one 14 year old girl. Not sure if it was me if i'd quite like everyone for miles around knowing that i had officially become ...

    My Alma Mater

    A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 16, 2013

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    The year was 1987 and I had just completed my 12th standard, it was referred to as +2 at that time, since the 10th standard was always considered high school equivalent in India and anyone who went beyond that was considered a pre-degree candidate. Like the rest of the ambitious crowd of my generation it had been drilled into me that the only notion of success was either being an Engineer or a Doctor. I was admitted into a college in a town called ...

    Hello India!

    A travel blog entry by jarinne on Apr 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... it, asking me what it was, trying on jewellery, taking photos with my camera when she discovered it, and sending me back with a little bag with my computer cable saying it wasn’t allowed. I didn’t even have my computer in there, so I don’t know what she thought I was going to do with just a cable, but I obligingly added it to the locker with James’s stuff.

    After Meenakshi Temple, it was then time to move on up to the cool climate of the Western ...