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

      Back in the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Dec 30, 2014

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... room, and the children were well behaved. The scenery was super, and though the forecast was for rain, the sun shone through the clouds and it stayed dry. Every 20 minutes the train stopped to take on water, this lasted 20 minutes and so we had a chance to stretch our legs, un-flatten our bottoms and take pictures. Occasionally we caught glimpses of the road, way below us and fairly busy, I was thankful that we weren't in the car, RK does like to cut overtaking a ...

      The journey of 1595miles starts with a single.....

      A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Sep 21, 2013

      ... Ooty taking about 5hrs. We had to stop for water a number of times and each time monkeys would come down from the trees and steal peoples food bags. They really are quite brave hopping onto the train and grabbing bags from under peoples noses. I sat at the back of the train next to the engine as it pushed rather than pull the carriages. This meant that we were in the firing line of the noise but also the hot oily steam each time we went ...

      Get us out of here!

      A travel blog entry by karenacaracas on Jul 29, 2012

      ... street outside before being laid out and I didn't like to enter the bathroom without shoes on. So as Sham 69 once said- There's gotta be a Borstal breakout. We decided that whatever hidden beauties Ooty had to offer (and they were well hidden) we could probably live without them. The decision was made to move on the next day and to make the best of a bad situation we headed off to The Savor (and the only bar in town). The Savoy is an ...

      Ooty 6

      A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Apr 19, 2011

      7 comments, 19 photos

      ... them a ten rupee note - which is about 22 US cents. The guy's disappointment was visible. But my thinking is that a person should never complain about free money - no matter how little it is. They seem to have a serious case of "the world owes me a living for maintaining my tribal identity". If he would have helped me achieve my goal of finding Jeff's email address, I would have gladly parted with as much as a dollar. Anyway, I tried, Jeffrey! Should you ever ...

      .. or at least we SHOULD have been in Ooty!

      A travel blog entry by gemem_asia on Jan 28, 2011

      by all accounts we should've made it here (for a brief spell anyway) as we managed to procure a ticket on the toy train from Mettupalayam to Ooty.

      The toy train is a World Heritage railway site. It's about 100 years old and an old school steam engine pushes the train for the 5 hour / 46km journey up a mountain. The seats are fairly uncomfortable (people must have had shorter legs and carried leg luggage when they designed the thing) but ...