Hotel Kodai International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
... what we were doing just grabbed some
large sticks and then went and walked uncomfortable close behind
them. This scarred them quite a bit probably because of our urgency,
large sticks and close proximity so we ended up explaining our monkey
problem and subsequently they happily escorted us to the cave. Guna
Cave isn't actually a cave, its a strange eiry place where the tree
roots lie in a blanket fashion over the ground, has an excellent view
off the mountain ...
... whole economy is based on planned obsolescence and everyone who can read without moving his lips should know it by now. We make good products, we induce people to buy them, and then next year we deliberately introduce something that will make those products old fashioned, obsolete. We do that for the soundest reason: to make money.”
So, it seems we have set all our 'hopes’ on the new four horsemen of this apocalypse which have been unleashed for the ...
... 8221; is a one, which is, touted the most, it looks like a pillar but so do a lot of rocks, it stands at 7500 ft. There is a cave nearby which used to be called “Devil’s Kitchen”, there is an interesting story behind the name apparently the cave was discovered by a person who was in search of mushrooms that are found in the area. Some of these mushrooms have hallucinatory properties while some others are poisonous. The discoverer of the cave eventually succumbed to ...
... way to was that same tiny village I’d seen behind the railing at Coaker’s Walk. I hadn’t imagined we’d ever get the chance to actually visit it, as it was little more than a blob of white and tin sitting in the crest of one of the smaller hills. Yet, this is exactly where Das was leading us. To a village where no roads led. Where the villagers’ major source of transportation was a combination of horse and foot. A few times a week these people made the ...
... nice, it was brief and a bit out of place. I think of speed boats in Europe or even China, but India carries a vibe with it that tells you the motorist luxury tours are best saved for another trip.
Following the boat ride we made it to Top Point, a scenic viewing area of the mountains which shape and define Eastern Kerala. I will say one thing for India, it is certainly nice to feel that one is on the path less taken. Rather than shops ringing the sides of the ...