Woodlands Resort

Address: 4 /17/70, Convent Road, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, 624101, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4 /17/70, Convent Road, Kodaikanal.
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      Air conditioned town

      A travel blog entry by johncyrus on Jul 15, 2013

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      ... which is probably the best location, as the name suggests, it is a forest of pine trees inhabited by a large group of monkeys, who seemed to have gone used to being fed by the tourists and at times grab food from the tourists at the opportune moment. We were able to click some good pictures here. Apparently this setting has been used for the shooting of multiple movies in the past.

      The next stop was “Moyer’s Point” which has a road from there to Munnar ...

      The Village

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 28, 2012

      96 photos

      ... tea stands here. Nowhere can one buy a keychain of this trek. This is 100% experience, something which nothing can substitute for.

      The feelings that overcame me at this time were those of authenticity. It’s really hard to explain the emotion of overcoming illusion, of feeling one has escaped a world that is made for appearance and arrived in one that is primarily concerned with function. There’s no image here, no ideal presentation which needs to be upheld ...

      Tea is for Tata

      A travel blog entry by kaiandtamara on Feb 27, 2012

      16 photos

      ... fields of tea. I mean acres and acres of - hills and valleys of tea. Supposedly there are as much tea here as in Darjeeling they just did a better job marketing it and branding it. Many of the tea bushes were planted by the British and owned by the government which was later bought by the mega moghul Tata (though we never saw one worker in the field). We found some great local restaurants full of locals and minimal foreigners - XYZ (will edit name later) where ...

      It grows on trees y'know?

      A travel blog entry by jaxandtom on Sep 04, 2011

      5 photos

      ... for all tea, bizarrely, thus not just PG tips. Also it is exclusively women who do the picking, aparently because they are better at it. I think this is somewhat a catchphrase for Kerala as it would seem women are better at everything - running homestays, cleaning, cooking, bringing up children, working at anything in fact whilst it leaves men better at pretty much sitting around, smoking and staring at the women?! There are ...

      Mmm Malai Kofte...

      A travel blog entry by dgreenberg on May 08, 2011

      ... out of town, this trek started right down the road and meandered through the trees and bushes on a tiny path, with some incredible views out over the mountains. We also stopped off at a few touristy waterfalls, and ended up getting back for around 3pm. A few of us (me, German guy, and 2 Danish girls) went for a quick lunch in town where I was introduced to Malai Kofte (indescribably delicious veg sausage things in spicy sauce), ...