Double Dutch Resort

Address: Holland House - Kamarajar Lake boarder, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, 624701, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Holland House - Kamarajar Lake boarder, Dindigul.
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    Travel Blogs from Dindigul

    Colonial retreat

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Feb 20, 2014

    17 photos

    ... around 16 years now and are like a little family (Sammy and Pandi were our favourites, always fussing over Chris and making sure he took his pills). It was a little strange that every weekend we went there it was full of posh, retired British people who we had to have the same conversations with over dinner (everyone always ate dinner together on the roof) but we didn't mind really - a slice of colonial life.

    We spent our days reading or ...

    My Alma Mater

    A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 16, 2013

    6 photos

    ... math teachers of our time. It was an honor to meet and talk to him.

    The guest lecture was on “Engineering Project Management”. I was told in advance that the student body was not the polite crowd that it used to be. The auditorium was quite large and pretty full. On stage was the head of the Dept. ECE, Karthy and another member of the staff.

    As the dept head went through his welcome address, I was going giddy with all that they were saying about ...

    Hospice work in India

    A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Feb 12, 2012

    26 photos

    ... Nach ei***** Zeit begann sich die Stimmung zu wandeln. Die Tränen trockneten, die Emotionen glätteten sich. Dann überraschte sie mich völlig – erst mit einem Lächeln, dann sogar mit einem schelmischen Blick und einem unbeschwerten Kichern.

    Allerdings lief das nicht immer so bilderbuchmäßig ab. Oft ging es um eine praktische Bitte, die wir nicht verstanden, weil wir keine Ahnung von den Bedürfnissen und Gewohnheiten der Hospizbewohner hatten. ...

    What goes up, must come down

    A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Nov 24, 2010

    16 photos

    ... them to stop in the end before they completely wrecked the remaining working bits. Quite a crowd gathered and we were pleased to get out and sit somewhere relatively quiet for a bite to eat. The map our friend had drawn for us said that we had 50 miles to Thandikudi, Goodwill Childrens Home. There was no way we could do that on top of what we did this morning, so we approached Battlagundi hoping for some kind of accommodation. The first ...

    Anklets,Jasmine and Chapattis

    A travel blog entry by jennasjourney on Aug 21, 2010

    ... a very close relationship and Darvine encourages her to do all the things Indian girls arent meant to- cut her hair short, do karate ettccc.. I think she was actually very inspiring, its not easy to shun traditions in India, everyone is so involved in each others lives so they all know who's doing what and nothings private. She married outside her caste as well which, fro some girls can result in their parents killing them! So she was lovely, she bought me anklets ...