Yercaud - Rock Perch, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... The flower festival turned out to be a success, with huge crouds turning in to see the vast display of flowers, medicinal plants, cactus etc., with professionals watching out and providing apt information and guidance regarding the same as well.
We spent quite a lot of time in the flower festival, with time at our side, without a hectic agenda ahead of us.
We then went on to visit the other tourist attractions in Yercaud, namely, the Ladies Seat, The ...
... polishing of each stone is done using technology to ensure speed and design mastery and manually to ensure quality is tested for each piece of output.
We were able to see a wide range of granite stones, with the Black Galaxy catching my eye the most, as I stood and stared at the black beauty, which seemed like a million stars packed in a tile.
It was evening by then, and it was time for us to prepare ourselves for the drive to ...
... sick. Hopefully sometime this next week I’m going to see a stomach specialist, an appointment being set up by one of the men that works at the yoga center we visit twice a week for classes. Luckily he’s a westerner, so he’ll have a concept of Western medicine and what it is that I hope to get from our appointment. The Indian health system, between the University Health Center and the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (I’ve been to both now) have ...
... land as something exotic and beyond comparison. India has yet to disappoint me in that regard. If there is one thing I can say for this country, it is that it feels sincere.
Once we reached Salem things seemed to follow the typical Indian route of oddities. Arriving at the bus station, we are immediately thronged by a group of some half dozen beggars, many of them children. On the way back, I’ll be rubbing my eyes in sorrow as a boy, roughly 5 or 6, ...
... the hills. Moved out in the evening to visit Yercaud Lake. We didn't want to go for boating in the lake but to hangout in the evening facing the lake. Had coffee with Bhajji and had a nice time there chatting till it became totally dark.
Thought of trying some street food, So got Parotta and chicken curry parceled from a nearby Parotta stall. The hotel had indoor games and a badminton court. Played chess, foosball, and badminton for an ...