Hotel Kodai International
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... reason’, that we can make more money! Our first horseman is, marketing propaganda which manipulates our perceptions of the world and persuades us we need things we don’t. Next there’s the technology driven obsolescence which creates products with shorter and shorter effective lives. Then we have creativity inflaming our desires with new fashions, technology and celebrity, thus ensuring we accumulate so much more than we will ever be able to use. And finally, ...
... by a wall of mist so there wasn't much to see. Afterwards we entered Bryant park which was pretty nice with lots of flowers, trees and greenery. We then started a 5km circuit of the lake, halfway through the rain came fast and heavy and by the time we finished we were both soaked through. After some lunch and a chai we set off again to look at the little shops and stalls in the area. The main thing here was ...
... nowhere, a trusty rickshaw driver appeared to take us to our homestay. The Shade was a wonderfully pretty house surrounded by an envious garden of tropical flowers, trees and spices perched on top of a hill looking down on Santhosh’s the owners spice plantation. We immediately felt rejuvenated and relaxed for being in such
a beautiful and clean environment, and were quickly greeted with a delicious and home cooked lunch of rice, vegetable curry and dosha. ...
The temples I've seen here have been very special, but I decided it was time to do something other than temple finding. So I headed for the mountains. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but even the ...
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We decided to head into the hills to Munnar, the commercial centre of some of the world‘s highest tea-growing estates. The scruffy little town is definitely not much to look at but outside the town you are surrounded by tea plantations and gorgeous green scenery. We intended to explore the lush, tea filled mountains but ...