New Paradise Lodge

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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

Relaxing in the Ghats

A travel blog entry by jarinne


... the ridge, taking a few 'shortcuts’ that turned out to be longcuts, and made it home in time for dinner.

The following day we celebrated James’s 26th birthday. We walked into town for thalis, a meal so popular in southern India that they’re often just listed as ‘meal’ on menus. They consist of a tray with a ton of little cups of sauces (most of them spicy) such as sambars, chutneys, breaded vegetables, chilli ...

The Village

A travel blog entry by wandertrust


... in the subcontinent, and though I miss home terribly, I’m in no hurry to run away from this incredible land of colors and chaos.

India will show you the meaning of your objectives. It will challenge you in ways that reveal to you the value of being challenged. It will confront your lifestyle and force you to question if the way you live back home is acceptable. India brings you back down to basics and asks you the *************s. Who are you, where are you going, and ...

Perfecting the Indian head wobble in Munnar.

A travel blog entry by gingersontour


... view points of the tea hills, a couple of water-falls and a spice plantation/farm. The tour was ok and gave us ample opportunity to take some good snaps but getting on and off the bus gets a bit tedious, especially after the 3rd waterfall of the day! We ate our lunch which consisted of a traditional Keralan thali (an all you can eat feast of rice and as many sauces/pickles as you can eat), with 2 ladies from Israel which we ended up paying a little more for due to a language ...

The cloud city

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze


... and there are little stands everywhere that sell cartons of various flavors to tourists. Kate stopped to buy some chocolate and turned around with her prize of sweets only to be attacked half a second later by a monkey. Seriously. A monkey jumped onto Kate's arm, knocking the chocolate tin out of her terrified hands. A split second after that the tin was descended upon by a half dozen other monkeys who all ran off with their pilfered goods. Terrified we all just stood there as ...

1st Stop - Dhandayuthapani Swamy

A travel blog entry by venoth


... normally of the Pandāram community, are allowed up to the ante-chamber of the sanctum sanctorum.
The Temple is situated upon the higher of the two hills of Palani, known as the Sivagiri. Traditionally, access to it was by the main staircase cut into the hill-side or by the yanai-padhai or elephant's path, used by ...


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