Nahar's Nilgiris Hotel

Address: 52-A, Charing Cross, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, 643001, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 52-A, Charing Cross, Ootacamund, is near Botanical Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Ootacamund

      Day 7: Ooty

      A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... cuts through military-training bases, parade grounds and a daily ceremony at the war memorial. A whole village has every home painted yellow with the idea logo, advertising a mobile network.

      Our tour begins in the sloping fields of tea bushes, where the young leaves are regularly plucked. The bushes are shaded by silver oaks. The leaves are collected and dried for eight hours in the withering troughs before being ground into ...

      I Feel Like Family

      A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Feb 11, 2014

      1 comment, 64 photos

      ... some men sit outside in patient idleness that seems common among Indians drinking their chai. One of the boys runs inside to tell the tea vendor (usually called a chaiwala - wala is the suffix to anything you work at. think -- shoe repair wala, fruit wala, etc etc) that I want a tea. I realize I'm missing out of how this all comes about and step out of the jeep and into the wooden hut. It's simple with four tables that are laden with flies and benches on the hut edge. In the ...

      High tea

      A travel blog entry by markanthonylow on Aug 11, 2012

      5 photos

      ... fractured green landscape. A clear river ran through it all, eucalyptus gave shade and frogs gave the chorus. It was serene, sitting here in the very source of the almighty PG tips. It could have almost been a religious pilgrimage for me. Here I was at the birthplace of all that is sacred to my morning ritual, but no one had bought a kettle, bugger. Our hike continued through these endless fields of tea, through small hillside villages inhabited by ...


      A travel blog entry by indiaelective on Feb 04, 2012

      37 photos

      ... ve become much less cautious about where we eat over the last few weeks, though we haven't yet abandoned using spoons to eat our curry and rice, unlike our fellow German trekker who declared that we were not "truly immersing ourselves in Indian culture" and that we must be terribly stuck up. Or...we just like cutlery? Anyhoos it was yummy. We then made the final ascent to the summit (leaving German trekker wheezing in our wake, YES!) and ...

      Ooty 6

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 19, 2011

      7 comments, 19 photos

      ... that it is now very difficult to even get a seat in one of the three or four restaurants in Ooty that are suitable for tourists. It's a problem running a business in a town that for most of the year is out of season and then during the high season has a huge influx of people / customers.

      Another thing I've noticed is an increase in the numbers of people wanting to have their photo taken with me. I was grabbed by the father of a large family who walked ...