Hill Country Resorts Kodaikanal
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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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Gayathri_jot stayed here on Jun 13, 1997 during their trip titled: Gayathri_jot's Great Adventure.
early in the morning where they seem to prowl the streets in packs.
To be fair it did feel a bit on the unsafe side and several dogs we
passed growled and barked but luckily non approached us and I found a
stick. On the way back we saw a hole pack of 8 large dogs coming up
the road our way and ducked into a petrol station until they went
passed. Despite a lot of vocalisation, growls from dark corners and
dogs running out to bark at you but remaining a ...
... The mix of all manner of traffic seems to weave its way through this morass in an unfathomable pattern of acceptance and ingenuity accompanied by incessant horn tooting. Apart from the pushbikes and scooters, motor bikes and cars, auto rickshaws and taxis, buses and trucks, any of which can often be coming and going down both sides of the road, there are people moving with some or no attention, and then through it all dogs and goats and cattle and ox carts seem to ...
... as well.
There is lots of hiking and treks to be done in and around the area but Wade and I decided not to exert ourselves too much and did a few walks in and around the town. The big thing to do in Kodai is to rent a paddleboat on the lake and we have spent quite a bit of time amusing ourselves watching people attempt to peddle the boats around the lake. There is also markets and stalls that line the lake and handmade chocolate, eucalyptus oil and the ...
... what he could’ve said.
So leaving that all behind, we arrive in Kodaikanal. We’re in town about an hour, walking the streets and trying to find our hotel, when our first surprise arises. “Grass?” A man whispers in my ear as I pass him on the street. I don’t register what he’s asking at first, but when I do, I can’t help but turn in a bit of shock. He stares at me with prodding eyes. He knows I’ve got a wad of ...