Silver Castle Resort

Prakashpuram Shanbajanoor, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624101, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Prakashpuram Shanbajanoor, Kodaikanal.
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Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal

A travel blog entry by backpackinbawds on Oct 24, 2013

19 photos

... along the porch, tropical birds singing their morning songs and surrounded by fruit trees galore... not a bad place to wake up in! We followed the teachers to school to witness miss Josephine in action... this school is A w e s o m e . We've never seen such a self sustaining and practical school such as Sholai. Their grassroots approach is really quite refreshing. Almost completely self sustainable, they create their energy ala micro hydro pump (from the neighbouring ...

The Village

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

96 photos

... gems, and Kodai is one of its most beautiful. Mountain air means the steamy southern heat is absent. People are moving a little more casually here. The intensity of the day isn’t beating down on the people in that typical rhythmic oppression. The mood here is more subdued. Stray dogs are a little fatter. Food is made a little better. Men are walking me to my next location because it’s the nice thing to do.

This is a much needed vacation. The world of ...

A break from the heat

A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Feb 03, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... temple at its centre. Seen by many as the most important Hindu building in the South, it reflects the Tamil street bustle in its architecture; huge towers formed from a chaos of intricately carved figures, a labyrinth of columned hallways linking shrines and statues, and all brought to life by the numerous rituals and processions constantly taking place.

Next report from Kerala and the beach (again) ...

Magnificent Munnar

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Nov 30, 2011

42 photos

... grown huge honey pods, one of which had broken and we could see inside it.

We pulled over at the next batch of tea and walked over the road to take a closer look. The green leaves had a lovely smell to them and seemed very healthy from the amount of rain and light that they received.

Here we were able to compare the leaves of black, green and white tea, with the white tea being much more expensive at 7,000 ...

Munnar & Tea

A travel blog entry by amandip on Mar 24, 2011

3 comments, 21 photos

... to fall. We ordered tea and pakoras again and munched on them under the covered patio while the heavens roared with thunder, lightning and pouring rain. It was a torrential downpour and we were so fortunate to have not been stuck out on the mountain road. It was a good half hour before the rain finally stopped. We spent the rest of the night enjoying our surroundings and preparing for the drive all the way back down the ...