The Willow Hill

Address: 58/1, Havelock Road, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, 643001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 58/1, Havelock Road, Ootacamund, is near Botanical Gardens.
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        Travel Blogs from Ootacamund

        Udhag... Udhagama... Bugger It. Ooty.

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 16, 2015

        104 photos

        ... or some far away terror that simply didn't happen to me, like earthquakes or volcanoes or daytime television. I shuffled up to the YWCA where I had a dorm bed booked and waited until I was allowed to check in. They have this rule whereby if you check in before 9am then you have to pay for the full previous night and whilst ₹200 wasn't going to have my bank fleeing for the nearest dark corner to curl up in and cry, the tight fisted backpacker in me ...

        I Feel Like Family

        A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Feb 11, 2014

        1 comment, 64 photos

        ... like a modern day shepherd. Though, I have to say, it doesn't look modern day at all. He is wearing a dhoti and is dark and old and wizened. He is in charge of the goats all day long. Following them around, leading them this way and that, making sure their well being is safe. I'm amused and exhilerated and threatened all at once. Amused because our worlds are colliding. Exhilerated because I'm seeing and interacting with a part of society that I rarely get to interact with. We ...

        The Steam Train to Ooty

        A travel blog entry by portways on Mar 13, 2012

        3 comments, 13 photos

        ... that Tourists get preferential treatment in certain places and definitely on the trains.

        We were so pleased that we made the effort.

        This is his one of the last commercially run steam lines in the world. It's a little stream funicular that climbs up the side of a gorge to the plateau ish tea fields and aging splendor of ...

        The ghats

        A travel blog entry by martandlog on Mar 29, 2011

        2 comments, 29 photos

        ... knew somewhere that sold wine and after a couple of stops we found some at the most expensive hotel in town – the Holiday Inn. By the time we returned to the restaurant, it was open and we had a lovely dinner accompanied by our recent purchase. After dinner we were chatting to the manager about the building as it was such a well maintained colonial house and he offered to show us around. It turned out that it was a small hotel with 7 rooms. After seeing the rooms we ...

        Masinagudi and Beyond

        A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Feb 25, 2011

        1 photo

        We felt ready to move on now, and not only had Daniel said we were welcome to stay longer in his house up in Ooty but there was always the possibility of staying with Ashish there, the student photographer.

        We hung about in the centre of Masinagudi waiting for a bus, but all were too full. From one emerged an Englisher, a birdwatching enthusiast. He told us he did not believe any of the stories about dangerous elephants and bears, he said this was all the exageration ...