Jayaraj Residency

Address: Bazaar Road, Anna Salai, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Bazaar Road, Anna Salai, Kodaikanal.
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    Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

    PS ............ So, this is India - Part 1

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Dec 07, 2014

    3 comments, 32 photos

    ... continue to inspire guests and is rooted in the community which it serves. After so long away, once again serendipity has worked its magic and brought me to this place at exactly at the right time. I feel ready to go home now, ready to tap my creative juices and help bring something special into being.

    But not quite yet. It’s Sunday and it will take us another four days to extricate ourselves from this country. Needless to say, there is no internet coverage ...

    The princess and the food!

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jan 25, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... to a pretty waterfall (I imagine its stunning but ferocious in the monsoon).
    Sadly whilst we were here we also learnt that the "man eating tiger" of Ooty has been shot dead. He was an underweight male with injury to his jaw apparently which would have caused him problems hunting and may explain why he attacks the humans.
    The princess of the hills has been kind to us but now we are very much looking forward to our next stop, our 3rd and final hill station at Munnar. ...

    Up in the hills with the tea bushes!

    A travel blog entry by hugh.asia.trip on May 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... miles through this verdant countryside and on one day, managed to hitch a lift back into town - from a bus! "No. No cash. Just get on". EH??? Well I'm not arguing! :-)

    Tea is the main feature and I can report the bushes are about 50cm high, grow only on steep slopes, and live to be over 100 years old, creating a landscape which resembles at times an impressionist painting, patches of light and dark blurring into a mosaic of ...

    Munnar

    A travel blog entry by swatitari on Jan 30, 2012

    8 photos

    ... peak challenges you. A walking pathway leads up to a plateau and although a climb, its not a daunting one as you stroll liesurely, enjoiying and experiencing the majistic hills and valleys surroiunding you, covered with mist. If you are lucky, as we were,you would come acroos the Nilgiri Tahr coming right in your tracks, nibbling away the greens. Its a must visit place and would recoomend to plan as much time possible for the park!!

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    Coconuts and Rubies

    A travel blog entry by nickfear on Apr 24, 2011

    3 photos

    ... still a British colonial influence on some of the foods. I wasn't impressed by the soup I had on a few occasions, I guess it was like British soup of a previous generation. Traditional British cakes are a better reminder of that era. Omelette is a breakfast eaten by many Indians and an option I chose many times. I did try a more Indian breakfast a couple of times, this is Sambar (vegetable curry) and Dosa or Appam (different styles of rice pancake). Bacon (made ...

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