Hill Country Resorts Kodaikanal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHill Country Resorts Kodaikanal
The Kodai Hill country resort has a stunning view and I could see the beautiful hillside from my window. The service at the resort needs to improve. The water, which came in the pipe, was brownish in color at many times and the hot water geyser seldom works. The stunning view and atmosphere makes up for the shortcomings in service. At the end of my stay I was asked to fill out a feedback form. As I was in a hurry, I promised to mail it in to them, I was surprised when the guy at the desk told me to just sign the feedback form and give it to him!!
Please read my Blog entry on my Kodai Stay.
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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
... for Indian honey mooners looking to have their first unaccompanied smooch up amongst the clouds. It’s also a small university town and a less crowded version of the more well-known hill station, Ooty.
We decided to take a taxi all the way from Madurai as the hassle of getting the train halfway there and then a taxi would not have been worth the pennies we would have saved. It was a beautiful drive; from the very flat countryside outside Madurai and up into the forest ...
... at 4
Us: how long from here to top station
R.M.: no first museum view point, lake, THEN top station.
Us: o.k. see you at 3.
After refueling on some cake (brownie, muffin and a carrot cake) from the bakery across from our guesthouse we headed off with RM to the tea museum. Not sure if it was all the chai in the air, but we seemed to be in a permanent state of hysterical giggles throughout the visit, so apologies ...
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Indigo was my favourite of the 3 - the fusion element being that my Chicken main dish had ...
... in 2001 and the four of us spent a couple of nights at the beach with Maddy and Dom who they were picking up to take to the home. They were very annoyed that I hadn’t brought Sarah back with me, and Mugi said that next year Sarah, me, Mikey and Rob all have to come for at least a week, if not a month! Perumel had got chicken for us to give us energy on the bikes and also lots of vegetables so the four of us had a delicious dinner party. Amazing to be so cared for.
... The Malabar Grey Hornbill was one of the big hitters around this part of the world, its huge beak making a great first spot. We continued into the jungle, our guide disappearing off the path to look for something special. He called for us to follow and then asked us to find what he had discovered. We couldn’t see anything until he pointed out a pair of very rare nocturnal birds sleeping on a branch. The Frogmouths were so ...