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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
... near it. The tour guides have also been instructed to stop using the old name.
The resort that we stayed at offered private tours as well as mini bus tour. We took the mini bus, as I didn’t see much use for a private tour of the place that I had been to numerous times, the most recent being our honeymoon in 1997. The tour bus took about an hour to collect passengers from various hotels. The tour guide seemed fluent in Hindi, Tamil and English. There seems to be ...
... with vines and brush, and the iron bar gate looks as if it hasn’t been pushed open for some time.
Immediately after crossing this strange side entrance, we’re greeted to another world. On the other side is an expanse of jungle that stretches for miles. The mountains are rolling downwards and we can see a small village at the edge of the mountainous horizon. Everything is overgrown, and what we find ourselves walking on now is little more than an area of ...
... fact that we were 1,500 metres above sea level in the hills. However, it has raised reservations about returning home. If we were cold when it is 28 degrees in India how the hell are we going to feel in England in September in 15 degrees (at most)……UGGS at the airport will be required.
Lots of Love,
Hollie and Thomas xxx
Just a quick on about my short stay in Kodaikanal, another hill station a couple of hours from Ooty.
Arrived here Thursday night (on a bus which would have got here much quicker if it wasn't for the constant meal stops - I counted 5) and just went to the first place the guidebook recommended, which thankfully had an empty dorm that I had to myself for the night. The next day I went for a walk around town, which is ...
... I still dunno why .... such an idea was as good as this place was pleasant .........
Means not at all!
Fortunately, I met a couple there, who will be my travelling companions until Gokarna!
Thanx for reading,
PS the more it's going, the more I feel like being negative about all my destinations ... people who know me would not be surprised I think! =))
PS I forgot: Mangalore is **** too! =)))))