Sangeeth Hotel

Woodwill Road, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Woodwill Road, Kodaikanal.
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Air conditioned town

A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 15, 2013

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... mushroom, not sure if it was after feasting on the hallucinatory mushrooms. This came was made popular in the Tamil movie “Guna” where a song “Abhiramiye thalattum …” was shot here. The cave is now called the “Guna Cave”, the cave is 500 feet deep. The tourist guides are pretty good at spotting the time when the mist clears to take picture.

We decide to stop the tour around 2:30 and return to the resort to rest and prepare for ...

The Village

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

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... we were making today. Except theirs wasn’t for fun. For them, this trek was the difference between selling their vegetables at the town market or going without a bit of money to clutch in their palms. They made this walk out of necessity, while we did it for pleasure.

When we reached the village, the scene was quiet. A few kids were playing soccer at the village entrance, doing their best to keep the ball from tumbling down the mountain side. The men wore ...

Magnificent Munnar

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Nov 30, 2011

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... an important and by now vwey necessary source of fuel. In 1924 they experienced horrendous floods which destroyed all the infrastructure that had been in place up until that time.

Afterwards the local people proved resilient and by 1940 had built their first hydro electric dam. After independence India decreed that all companies must be at least 60% Indian owned and as a result an employee buyout took place, now 97% of ...

Munnar and Kannur, a journey

A travel blog entry by tollytravels on Mar 10, 2011

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... Andrew took to lying on the luggage rack above us! It was hot, tiring and packed with people staring at us, as well as being pretty delayed. Inevitably by the time we arrived all we wanted to do was find a place to dump our bags and have a shower. Typically however the first place we went to had no rooms available and the one that did had the worst bathroom I have been in since we came away. We vowed to stay the one night and then ...

Masala Dosa

A travel blog entry by oddfellow on Mar 02, 2011


There are many things in this world that I dont understand and I would have hoped that as I grew older that that number would decrease, but the more I travel into societies which have different acceptable norms the more I realise that there is more I will never understand than those that I will. Below is a list of things so far that I have failed to understand since arriving in India.

  • Why in a country that ...

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