Club Mahindra Masinagudi
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... going on a tour was we got to see Ooty town and surrounds. The town is built on a relatively small area of flat lad surrounded by steep hills which are covered now with houses. The flat land is used for horticultural production - we saw plenty of carrots, garlic/spring onions (I couldn't quite tell), and Brussel sprouts. The town has several Christian churches, including one right by Charring Cross. The surrounds are dotted with what were once very grand English-style ...
... their own songs? I'll have to look this up.
We went through jungle high on the mtn to valley streams and up again passing farm in disuse at the moment because of the lack of water. They would start planting again once the summer monsoons brought rain (starting in June - Aug). Most of the farmers here planted carrots, strawberries, cabbage and other farmers grew tea. India is one of the world's top exporters (second to China) of tea, and also consumes 70% of the tea they ...
... on 7th, Friday as Saturday was full and found that the we were the only one. So the resort was for us alone, for a day. Awesome isn't it.
We stayed in Family cottage as its a 4 bedded room with 2 toilets. The room was clean. We were asked when we would like to have our lunch, and were served at that time in the dining area. ...
... rather than having a traditional Indian breakfast. Fed and watered we headed out to explore the town. It's not a particularly large place but there are plenty of things for tourists to see. First up was the highest point from where you can see panoramic views of the surrounding area. For the first time in several days it was a really clear day, without the usual haze which seems to hang in these mountains. You could see for miles in every direction and Mum and ...
... punctuated the greens and blues of the valley; orange and pink blossoms accented the scene as we rolled slowly upward. In our carriage were two Indian couples, one of them honeymooning after their marriage three days before. Our interaction was characterized by shyness at first, but by the end of the journey we had learned a little about each other. The new bride works in Coimbatore in a call centre for the American chain Walgreens, and I asked her if it was easy for ...