Hotel Spring Valley
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... constant preoccupation. The soul is aware of what it is given and lives in endless gratitude."
At this point I must ask for your indulgence in reading this extended blog reflection. I realise if you are still reading you deserve to be congratulated. I think my prolixity has been encouraged by the Indian culture I’m absorbing. On our travels during these two weeks we have seen and learned so much. In Pondicherry we saw spores of the French culture, left behind ...
... acceptance of eccentricity in the hills which is rarer in the lowland. Kodai is also popular with Indian honeymooners, due to the cold and spectacular look out points- well when on honeymoon in India.......
We have eaten some outstanding food in Kodai starting on our first night with a Tibetan restaurant named Tibetan brothers. I had veg chow mein and it was easily enough for 3 people and Ollie had crispy chicken, Tibetan bread and potato and cheese Momo. ...
... photographers were in the spot too to help the tourists. Done with the plan for the day, we drove back towards Bangalore. On the way back, we crossed through the silver cascade waterfall on the roadside. We had to take the Kodaikanal - Dindigul - Salem - Bangalore route. The Batlagundu - Didigul stretch was under road widening process causing delays. Reached Bangalore in the late evening after a nice snack(aah! its a meal) from Dharmapuri A2B.
... on my laptop or sleeping. We arrived in Kochi, at 11:30. After we collected our bags, we had to wait in the airport for 1/2 hour for the Tempo to come. (Tempo is a bus-like vehicle)
We left the airport at 12:30 but I fell asleep and missed quite a lot. I woke up 1 1/2 hours later at a restaurant where we all had lunch. When we were on the road again, I fell asleep several ...
... up through the mountains, giving us a taste of what was to come throughout the day.
We had a very strong cup of local tea before our auto rickshaw arrived at 8am and we met Manesh who was to be our guide for the day.
He told us that we would start by gradually heading up to the Top Station which was based on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, a cool 32 km's away.
We passed through the ...