Hotel Kodai International
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... shabby and it takes you through Green Valley View (which used to be called Suicide Point but hey, I guess that wasn't as tourist friendly) and past the golf course where golfers and monkeys do battle over control of the green. The monkeys kinda win. Ok, so they get chased off, but they take the golf balls with them. You'll also wander past a wax museum. The last time I ...
... 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 ...
... I didn’t ride the elephants – domesticated elephants are not our scene (yep, we are way too cool for that sort of tourist trap).
I I thought the BioValley spice gardens would also be a rather ho-hum experience, but no, it was fascinating. For an hour we walked through fields and saw where they grow all spice, cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon, ...
... at hairpins where we had to slow down) throughout the twisties of Munnar. We took couple of snaps, had a smoke & got on to our wheels again. After we rode downhill we knew a shortcut to cochin. Around 10:30pm, we reached our destination after a whole lot tiring trip. But the most happiest fact was, in spite enjoying & experiencing the whole trip, we reached back, ALL IN ONE PIECE. As said, Safety First....!!! ...
... an important and by now vwey necessary source of fuel. In 1924 they experienced horrendous floods which destroyed all the infrastructure that had been in place up until that time.
Afterwards the local people proved resilient and by 1940 had built their first hydro electric dam. After independence India decreed that all companies must be at least 60% Indian owned and as a result an employee buyout took place, now 97% of ...