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... acceptance of eccentricity in the hills which is rarer in the lowland. Kodai is also popular with Indian honeymooners, due to the cold and spectacular look out points- well when in India.......
We have eaten some outstanding food in Kodai starting on our first night with a Tibetian restaurant named Tibetian brothers. I had veg chowmein and it was easily enough for 3 people and Ollie had crispy chicken, Tibetian bread and potato and cheese Momo. ...
... photographers were in the spot too to help the tourists. Done with the plan for the day, we drove back towards Bangalore. On the way back, we crossed through the silver cascade waterfall on the roadside. We had to take the Kodaikanal - Dindigul - Salem - Bangalore route. The Batlagundu - Didigul stretch was under road widening process causing delays. Reached Bangalore in the late evening after a nice snack(aah! its a meal) from Dharmapuri A2B.
... go through small villages and town like Chennimalai, Dharapuram etc.
Once we crossed Udumalpet and drove towards Marayur, the climate changed a bit and can see surroundings with green forests. Sooner we reached the border of Annamalai Tiger reserve. In the reserve entrance there was register to fill traveler details, so had to stop the vehicle and walked-in. After making an entry ...
... the plantations and exporting. Business grew rapidly but it didn’t come easy.
In the early days there were huge issues with Malaria and Cholera which killed many people but in 1894 the British invested in the range and opened the Kannan project over an area of 2,000 acres.
They utilised their knowledge and solved important communication and transport issues by building a ropeway and in 1908 adding ...
... 6 km from Munnar. This vantage point offers astounding views of breathtaking grandeur of the nearby tea, coffee and spice plantations. You can feast your eyes on the misty hills, green meadows and ravines crisscrossed with white streaks of gurgling rivulets.
Me,Shweta and Sia enjoyed the boat ride for one hour following by the little scoop of ice cream for baby Sia.
Finally, return to home with tired body and fresh mind. Day 1 ...