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Travel Blogs from Ootacamund
Ooty is enriched with dense forest, cool climate and scenic panoramic beauty. Thats is how i describe it when i saw glimpses of Ooty in Tamil movies but being there personally means so much more.
We embarked our journey from Mysore and took the route through the Bandipur National Park Reserves and encountered deers, elephants & forest …
This place is awful!
Dirty, crowded, pushy, everyone tries to rip you off, can't trust anyone.
Go around city in taxi next day.. see sights and get scarf for eddie
get me out of here and then plan on going to Srinagar the next day by bus
We had a really noisy carriage with a complete section of about 12 young lads 18ish making a huge racket. They were cheering every tunnel and clapping along to the mechanical noise of the train and the cogs beneath us.The little train had to stop every 3/4 hour to fill up with water, which gave everyone a leg stretching, chai break ...
... how to get to the estate or at least the village it was in. We were asking in a shop when the woolly hat man popped up behind us, it turns out he was a postman in the area and knew where everything was. He told us to get a bus to the village (Aravanu) and from there it was very easy, just ask anyone. We went up to ask the buses which one it was and he ran up behind us again taking us to the right one! He climbed on board, gave us strict directions for when we ...
... our own. Perfect, half an hour to track down an offie (Aus: bottle-o), you can’t buy alcohol from a supermarket here. I had noticed a “Wine Shop” on the corner up the road, but suspected it would be closed as it was getting late but when we got there it was still open. I asked if they sold wine and I was presented with a bottle of fortified wine, not really what I had in mind, wine isn’t easily available here. I then asked an auto rickshaw driver ...