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We spent a lovely, relaxing week in the incredible oasis of Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu. A hill station (2200 metres altitude) of the Western Ghats and surrounded by a newly designated UNESCO area due to its phenomenal biodiversity, Kodaikanal was a birdwatcher's paradise. Most mornings we’d get up and go for a hike in the nearby forests and sholas (small valleys with native vegetation), sometimes with our gracious hosts: my aunt Vera and uncle George and their dog ...
... best not to get caught up in a celebration we didn’t fully understand. Still, the parade was something to marvel at, as any visitor to India is sure to recognize this country’s incredible devotion to the unseen.
So one more small trek with Das later we’re getting ready to leave. Monday was our departure, and it marked the end of what had proven to be an unforgettable journey. We’d taken a bus 12 hours West to find Kodaikanal, and it ...
... byriani and were glad that we had decided to share as the portion was huge and still, the man continued to bring us more tasty treats. He then brought in a full fish for Chris but he declined!
After our feed, we went to search for a guest house which proved more difficult than we had thought. The place we originally wanted to stay was full and many others we looked at were over-priced, in our opinion. We opted to stay in a tiny cottage which was very basic and ...
... br> When we woke up the sun had just risen. Nicole had woken up in time to watch the red globe of the sun actually break the horizon but the rest of us filtered out shortly after to enjoy the view. The dorms faced a steep cliff that dropped down into a valley that was shrouded in clouds. Stone peaks rose around us on either side, framing the world as the sun rose to light it. The fog filtered the pinks and purples of sunrise into a gentle hue, appropriate for morning. Pictures ...
Started our journey at 10.30 AM.
DEVIKULAM: An enchanting Hill station. The Sita Devi Lake with its mineral waters and picturesque surroundings. Powerhouse water falls, Anayirankal Dam.
Continued the local sight seeing after lunch towards Coimbatore Direction:-
1.) Nyamakadu water falls,
2.) Anaimudy view (South India Highest peak – 8841 feet from sea level = 2695 meters) 3.) Eravikulam National Park – RAJAMALA- Where you can ...