Golden Parks Inn
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... place to stop. The scenery along the way was beautiful.
When we got out of the car and walked around a big corner to the edge of the mountain we realized that we were actually above the clouds, and that made for some phenomenal views as you will see in the pictures.
We saw a ton of Israelis walking around. We ...
... the seven key criteria of happiness would people consider Indians are lacking. Yet, even as I have travelled around here, nowhere is the ubiquitous twin of western wealth, obesity, more in evidence than in the corpulent stomaches of those city based Indians who have achieved some financial success. Just as this scourge of our excesses is threatening to begin to reduce western longevity, so Indians seem to relish chasing us down the same Alice-like rabbit hole to an illusory ...
... some petty shopping around the lake area. The lake wasn't very clean or clear, had dark coloured waters with some edges contaminated. Had a nice non vegetarian meal in the Hilltop restaurant and went back to the hotel for a short nap. Around 6 PM we were in Kodaikanal town for some shopping. Yes, purchased some stuff this time after going through several shops. We decided to try some street food for dinner. Didn't spend the day running around ...
... Just as Dianne was contemplating her stomach and its increasingly tumultuous relationship with the large number of hairpin turns, we stopped, transferred our luggage into a jeep and drove down a very steep road to the Kaivalyam Retreat . We were met by a beaming Caitlin, she was in the first car down and gave the retreat her stamp of approval. It didn’t take long to ...
... is a good feeling about this place, a good energy. It is just what I need.
After a brief rest Biju drops me off at the Tea Museum. I am feeling more comfortable getting around by myself here. I am more confident, and less self-conscious. I am also feeling better physically, which helps a lot. I wander around the museum and watch a movie about the surrounding area and about how the tea plantations came to exist here, how they ...