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Lots of photos here - some at the end are from past days in Madurai
Kodaikanal - Getting Above the Clouds
Yesterday we went up into the mountains and it was awesome. Since they work 6 days a week here, it was the first full day we had to travel around here. We drove up the mountains through winding roads for a few hours before we reached ...
... grand temples. We had the lovely experience of walking around the Brihadeeswara Temple in Tanjore under moonlight shed by a moon almost full, set in a clear sky on a balmy evening. This is India at its best, reminding us of the inherent mystery of life and the very strong sense we carry of there being something bigger than ourselves. One could appreciate here the great wisdom lineage stretching back thousands of years which still fosters an understanding of humanity’s ...
... department office. It was around 11 and planned to spend the day in Kodaikanal lake. Kodaikanal lake is a artificial lake in the heart of Kodai town. Activities like horse riding, cycling, boating etc are common in and around the lake area. We rented a tandem bicycle for an hour and was pedaling the 4 km stretch around the lake. It was very interesting to ride through the beautiful lakeside in the drizzling rain. Had some snack and my wife was ...
... Kerala, what we had seen in Kerala, and who our favourite Bollywood actor was... Having spent some time watching Indian TV when sick, I was able to name one- Shahrukh Khan- and the kids seemed suitably impressed.
The next day was spent exploring the surrounding hills and tea plantations with Robert a friend from Switzerland (we shall add photos soon) and we then caught an overnight bus to Kalpetta.
... we can head to the elephants and then decide if we want to go to Munnar – elephants are an 1.5 hour drive and Munnar is amother 3-4 after that. We had packed the bags so we thought fook it lets go to the elepahnts see how it goes – so we are driving along in the heaviest rain ever on roads of complete flooding it was like driving through a river – eventually as we reached the elephants the rain had stopped and the sky had brightened woo hoo – ...