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... quite different to our initial expectations. The cooler temperature was a welcome relief and the nature was spectacular. Whether it was bad luck or just the wrong season, we felt a bit limited by the cloudy weather and 3 nights would have probably been sufficient to see what there was to see. Villa Retreat was a bit over our budget, but it is the best place to stay in Kodaikanal and certainly helped us recreate that ‘hill station’ experience we ached for after months of blistering ...
... bus breaking down a couple of times on route! Shane got no sleep! We arrived at Palani (a huge bus station) at three in the morning and had to wait until 5am for our connecting bus. The pay to use toilets were vile (just like several other pay to use toilets on our trip) and yet several girls were trying to bathe from a stand in pool of stagnant water. About a hundred homeless people used the station floor as their bed, many of them ...
... families. They have large/ extended families. Also the
families usually all live together. Most families live in urban, smaller
houses. The economy in Theni is doing better, and is pretty good at the moment.
Things good go bad, but also shoot up and get really good. Most people are
... 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!!
... was undoubtedly at Malabar Junction, the restaurant at the Malabar House Hotel. Here they have a wine bar serving Indian Wine and Tapas, as well as an excellent restuarant with a great menu including two degustation (tasting) menus. I tried the 6 course Keralan degustation menu. This was creative cooking of the highest order, recognisbaly Keralan but probably a million miles from anything most Keralans ever eat. In the patio of the hotel accompanied by ...