Sivasagar Hotel

Blue Mountain School Road, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel

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More hilltop fun in Ooty

A travel blog entry by jackajaylus


... to start crying. This happened twice and was probably the most exciting part of the day.

We (I) are still super super keen to see some tigers so we are thinking of hiring a guide to take us on a private tour.

Tomorrow we are going hiking we think (finally) and will stay in some overnight cottage/tent (I'm hoping cottage), before more hiking the next day which should be very fun, I hope.

More shades of green than an Absinthe bar

A travel blog entry by tommy


... of the ride, I knew I was in India when I saw a sign outlining the fact that by law, Elephants have right of way. Not having thought of it, I decided that if I came across an elephant, I would probably give it right of way sign or no sign. I headed back up the pass and spent an hour checking out Coonoir which turned out to be crowded and dirty before heading home for an early night before moving on to Kochi, my next destination.


Over the Mountains to Ooty

A travel blog entry by scottsworld


... of South Africa and Australia and there is always four years to practice for the next world cup..

We went on a hike around Ooty with a guide on Wednesday around 18km, was really good, could have been in NZ or Australia, went through a sheep farm, a eucalyptus plantation, a pine forest and ended on a lookout above a national park. Was a really good day.

And still on ...

Ooty 1

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy


... bikes in early and with a modest discount on the agreed price.

We then took the public bus into town and I brought Susan to the bakery that she had been searching for in vain for days. On our walk towards the bakery, we encountered people covered in colored powder from Holi,a religious festival celebrated by Hindus throughout the world. A few pictures of colored (in the Holi sense rather than the negro sense) people and a Holi cow are attached.


The Beauty of Ooty

A travel blog entry by davidandnancy


... from the wood panelled walls of the drawing room, and boards listing point-to-point winners and previous masters of the hunt hang in the bar. Membership is achieved only on the recommendation of an existing member. We penetrated this world for long enough to look around and enjoy a pot of coffee on the veranda.

Botanical Gardens are another 19th century creation and were laid out by staff from Kew Gardens. Today the gardens are ...


This hotel, located on Blue Mountain School Road, Ootacamund, is near Botanical Gardens.
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