J's Heritage Hotel & Resort
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... shot. The boys then tried and
couldn’t hit a single balloon, I stood behind them and every time
they missed sighed loudly and uttered comments like 'ewww so close'
as I cant help but be a wind up. Back on the bikes and the next
attraction we came to was Pillar Rock. Here a massive rock gutted out
over the cliff and was picturesque even with the cloud. Nearby there
was also a walk through a woods we explored a little. By now we were
half way around the loop ...
... Amazing that that is bad news when one considers the Prime Ministers of Britain or Australia would consider all their Sundays had come at once if they could take credit for such growth. Yet what the Indians don’t seem to appreciate is that economic growth is a drug, perhaps the most powerful one affecting societies and they are one of the latest to have fallen under its spell. Their addiction sets them on the path to what the UK’s Green House Think Tank ...
... in the tourists from the north as was evident during our stay.
We started at “Coakers Walk”, which offers a view of Periyakulam. A Telescopic view is also available for a small fee. The view is great when there is no mist and there is a battery of Instant Photos vendors who ply their trade here. The next stop is “Upper Lake View” which offers a view of the Kodaikanal Lake where I have taken numerous rides as a student. On to “Pine Trees ...
... is routinely stepped on. There’s no path, no signs, no guard rails, not even another person to be seen on our way. This is the real forest of the Western Ghats. We’ve made it off the beaten path.
Winding our way through this immense maze of green we are taken back by the sights. Waterfalls trickling down the rocks. Avocados the size of a human baby. Rolling fog that is really just a cloud sliding up the mountain’s slope. The silence is palpable. There ...
... breaks throughout the hike, (we’d be told later we did a total of 9 miles), we sat around staring into the clouds on one side of the ridge, and down into the valley on the other. Tea plantations and rainforest as far as the eye could see. The whole thing was somewhat mesmerizing, hard to believe that we were really standing here, far off the the tourist trail, not another person in sight for miles, just staring off into the distance. How would the rest of our time in ...