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... buried under that particularly gorgeous blanket of cloud and I wouldn't have a clue, but I snapped a bunch of photos anyway before heading back home. Also, a visit to Kodaikanal isn't complete without an early morning stroll around the lake with a brief stop at a dhaba for a chai and a bread omelette which I had purely to find out what the actual **** it is. So you know ...
... and turn up their noses at what they see. You cannot visit India without being aware of the presence of rubbish wherever you go. However I was surprised to be greeted on several occasions by more educated Indians whose first question to me would be “So, what do you think of India and the rubbish?” Without waiting for an answer they would then tell me how bad it is. Then follow with stories of how difficult it is to bring change. I was told even when the ...
... department office. It was around 11 and planned to spend the day in Kodaikanal lake. Kodaikanal lake is a artificial lake in the heart of Kodai town. Activities like horse riding, cycling, boating etc are common in and around the lake area. We rented a tandem bicycle for an hour and was pedaling the 4 km stretch around the lake. It was very interesting to ride through the beautiful lakeside in the drizzling rain. Had some snack and my wife was ...
... piece of landscape after another, while chatting about our lives on the road and back home. Our first trek was through another tranquil plantation, after which the four of us hop on a rickshaw up to one of the viewpoints, and then hike down through a local village along a curvy road into a wooded hillside densely covered with majestically high trees.It's pitch black by the time we join Thijs and Nick at our favorite roadside food stand for a quick dinner, ...
Our next stop was at a viewpoint where the tea plantations started to come into view. They stuck to the hills as far as the eye could see and formed lovely patterns, some in lines and some in squares.
Manesh told us that the tea at that spot was particularly expensive and that the tea varied in quality depending on where it grew in the department. After a quick photo opportunity we pulled over again to ...