Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
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Luckily, we had about a day and a half of nice sunny weather at the beginning of our stay in Kodaikanal, and we got to enjoy the view from our hill top hotel and spend some time in the beautiful garden. We were actually located right next to the view point, “Croakers Walk”, which tourist flock to. After that we were practically engulfed in ...
... known as Pillar Rocks - beautiful pillars of rock (funnily enough), and had wonderful views across to other mountains. It was a national holiday of some sort and so lots of Indian tourists were about. At ...
... and winding road. The bus driver manoevered his way through and around traffic as though he were driving a small sports car, leaving us passengers to hold on for dear life to avoid being catapulted from our seats. Despite the upper body workout, the ride did not leave me fearing for my life, and the scenery was spectacular.
The cool mountain air of Munnar was a welcome break from the sweltering heat of the coast, and by ...
... maintained neatly.
The Lukkom falls come on the way alongside the green slopes. You get to dip your toes in the cool water off the falls and spend some memorable moments. These indeed are only a glimpse to the beauty you ought to experience way ahead at Munnar.
Upon reaching we opted to stay at Poopada resort, a decent place with clean sorroundings overseeing the Kannan devan guesthouse on one side and the ...
We have now had a few ayurvedic massage treatments and the total nakedness gets easier every time. The dimmer the lights and the chunkier the therapists the more relaxing the massage (just being completely honest).
Very few people speak English so we had a lot of unanswered questions and had to go to the internet to find the answers. Why do the men wear skirts in Kerala? How exactly is tea harvested? How long ...
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