Nirmala Dakshin Hotel

102 (old no. 811) Anna Salai , Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 600002, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 102 (old no. 811) Anna Salai , Kodaikanal.
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Head for the hills!

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Sep 21, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... for sale. Apparently over 60% of India's medicinal plants are grown here.

We did have difficulty in finding somewhere to stay as it appears most places were full or we found them to be rather expensive for the services they were offering. Some of the rooms were absolutely terrible. Plus we also had a guy that kept following us and telling us about the treks we can do with him and of course he has a taxi as well oh and he also knows places we can stay. ...

The Village

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

96 photos

... my pocket, and he wants at them. I chuckled hastily and told him no thanks. Sorry man, I should at least find my hotel first before I start buying drugs off strangers.

Our hotel for the first night was nice with only one problem. They kicked us out. That same night of arrival we’re looking at surrounding hotel prices to find out what we can about the area. Luckily Kodai is a tourist spot. We book our next few nights, munch on some tasty tibetan food (anything not ...

Magnificent Munnar

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Nov 30, 2011

42 photos

... was a place called echo point, a place where you could shout across the lake and hear it echo 3 times back at you.

This area was also packed full of tourist bric a brac stalls and we noticed that almost all of the tourists were Indian, in fact we had only seen two other non-Indian tourists all day.

The stalls formed a line around the entrance to a lake where small pedal boats were available for people to hire. ...

Walking up hills is terrible!

A travel blog entry by indiamaymester on May 10, 2011

4 photos

One of the hardest things to get used to in India is the way Indians drive, especially on a one-lane road up a 7,000 ft mountain at night. Indians have somewhat of an unspoken rule- the bigger vehicle has the right-of-way. Also, lanes are nothing more than "guidelines", so in general, road travel is always an experience. Once we made it up to the top of the mountain, and the city of Kodaikanal, I noticed ...

Two nights in Munnar

A travel blog entry by scottsworld on Mar 26, 2011

2 comments, 19 photos

We woke on Saturday planning to catch a bus from Ernakulam to Ooty. Dainiel from Daniels dropped us at the local ferry from Fort Kochi over to the bus station at Ernakulam. When we arrived there we were told we needed to wait one hour for the bus, we began to wait but were getting hot so decided to change our mind an go to Munnar.

The trip to Munnar took about 5 hours. We found a place to stay with an ...

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