Hotel Spring Valley
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... re getting old when you can say you had an interesting conversation about rocks with a banana tree growing yoga teacher from Chennai. There's a formation close by called Pillar Rock and all the taxi drivers in town kept asking me if I wanted to go and see it so I figured I should. But if you're out and about anyway you might as well walk it because again, the walk ...
... of how to set long term goals and see them gradually realised. The concept for the central focal point, or soul of the city, the Matrimandir, was laid down at the inception in the 1950's and took over forty years to construct. It is now a wonderful building and completely dedicated to concentration. Once again here we found more great wisdom. Here is just one quote, a reflection from the 'Mother' who founded it:
"The ego thinks of what it wants and has not. This ...
... fast. After checking out few reviews, I had booked "Royal Cottage" through http://www.stayzilla.com for 2 nights.
Packed-up my stuff, loaded my Linea and started the journey from home towards Kodaikanal. I have to take Nagercoil - Madurai - Batlagundu - Koldaikanal route. It was past noon when I crossed Nagercoil traffic and managed to reach NH7, heading Madurai. Crossed Madurai in around 3 hrs of time and stopped in a shady place for ...
... the moment that we walked in and waved hello to the kids, the entire class erupted into a frenzy of waving and "hellos". Realizing that they'd lost any sense of control, the teachers graciously let us sit amongst the kids, taking our pictures with them, as we field a slew of requests from the kids for our names, handshakes, and photos.
We were soon overshadowed by lunchtime, and as the kids start to make their way to get their food, Veronika and I say ...
... and also ensure that you are not carrying any sort of eatables or plastic (exception of water bottle) with you. Every visitor is thoroughhly serached before getting into the bus and any banned objects are confiscated.
The mini bus winds along the steep road laid in between the vast tea plantations giving an absouletly stunning view of the valleys. The minibus will take you to a checkpoint alighting where a rocky facade of ...