Hotel Valley View Inn
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... br> We had our breakfast from a small hotel named "welcome" near by stay, which served one of the best pongals I ever had and as usual the coffee was best (Ofcourse breakfast and coffee will be served with minimum standards anywhere in Tamil Nadu).
Around noon the other batch has reached the hotel and we headed towards the Kodai lake which is situated in the center of the city. Hired the bicycles and went for a ride around ...
... new toilets and signs are erected telling people not to urinate in the street, men show their determination not to be forced into change by ******* on the signs. The more I’ve thought about the situation it reminded me of how we Australians rebel against government programs we don’t like. Thinking back to the rubbish though, as I hear my fellow westerners being very critical of the rubbish they see casually lying around everywhere, it’s caused me to see the ...
... in Kodaikanal we were lucky enough to sample a few of George’s delicacies from his baking business such as:
Oh the deliciousness! It was such a nice treat to have some western food! Kodaikanal was the perfect way for us to rejuvenate before embarking on the last 5 weeks of our trip. We were also rejuvenated by ...
... to Pallivasal(8 km from Munnar town). The road turning left towards Pothamedu from the main road is quite narrow and starts with a bridge crossing a river and then on its a steep climb up the hills. This route is very very misty compared to any other road in Munnar and the road condition is just average. The mountains and the vegetation on the sides were partially visible due to the mist and the ...
... views and were already happy that we had chosen to take the trip in an auto rather than a taxi, it was so easy to jump out at all the different stops. Manesh told us that the tea grows a metre every two years and that the top leaves are harvested every week.
We kept moving upwards and stopped at a natural sweet honey tree which hung a across the road dominating the full corner of the mountain. Along its branches ...