Travel Blogs from Kodaikanal
... lecture the next day at my old college.
The Kodai Hill country resort has a stunning view and I could see the beautiful hillside from my window. The service at the resort needs to improve. The water, which came in the pipe, was brownish in color at many times and the hot water geyser seldom works. The stunning view and atmosphere makes up for the shortcomings in service. At the end of my stay I was asked to fill out a feedback form. As I was in a hurry, I promised to ...
... smoked Bheetees, the latter being a type of raw tobacco wrapped in tea leaves. Nobody seemed to know a lick of English except for the children. Ambitious 8 and 12 year olds flocked around us to test out the few sayings they’d learned in school. They’d ask us “How are you?” When we said “good” and returned the question, they simply laughed and scattered in embarrassed excitement. They’re smiles were beaming and their eyes wide and curious. ...
... The first section of our journey was very fast, in fact our driver was a bit like Speedy Gonzalez.
This was helped as there was practically no traffic due to the transport strikes, which had been taking place throughout the day. Even all of thelocal shops had closed for the day.
As we entered the jungle we came to a halt in the pouring rain and waited at our first road block. Luckily we had arrived just ...
... does everything especially very simple tasks take so long
... 6 km from Munnar. This vantage point offers astounding views of breathtaking grandeur of the nearby tea, coffee and spice plantations. You can feast your eyes on the misty hills, green meadows and ravines crisscrossed with white streaks of gurgling rivulets.
Me,Shweta and Sia enjoyed the boat ride for one hour following by the little scoop of ice cream for baby Sia.
Finally, return to home with tired body and fresh mind. Day 1 ...
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