Aashirvad's Pleasant Stays
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Team of 11 members (Shankar, manoj, sundar,varadaraj, vinod , vikesh, Dhananjaya(DJ), Sheshagiri, Raja, Mahesh and me) started from bangalore office at 1.30 am in a TT with driver manjunath. Everyone was excited about this team outing as we were going outside bangalore after a year on team outing. It was a good drive with a good vehicle and driver. Till 4.00am guys were watching movie, enjoying songs, had some snacks , soft drinks on ...
... origin, while we watched men dancing in a conga line, and constructing a shrine to take to the temple later. They had fireworks and music, and carnival games. Then they started a drum circle. The rhythm was incredible, and the people playing were so passionate and lost in the beat. Some young boys started dancing, and before long they had a group of people jumping and shaking around. Of course, I couldn't help but join them (at the insistence of a couple of ...
... the 36 haripin curves and all I can say is thank god it's not a bus. All the way down to the retreat via Aniketh's car. The road signs count every hairpin turn, interestingly enough. Each turn you take it tells you 1/36 hairpin turns...2/36 hairpin turns...3/36 Hairpin turns...Thank you Tamil Nadu (the state I'm now touring), you have just answered number 56 of my 57 questions about this mountain. How many hairpin turns am I really taking? The Tamil Nadu gov't has also ...
4 hour journey by bus past tons of tea plantations to nilgiri... We drove through the jungle/forest and only spotted elephants, spotted deer and monkeys. This evening we will be doing a game drive from 4-6- fingers crossed to see a leopard, tiger or panther. As there are 3 girls on the trip and the rooms are only ever twin for 2 people, every hotel ...
... considering the ever increasing heat, as we move from the cooler high alps to the southern deccan plateau, we had a few stops in between, to cool off the car as well as ourselves.
The scenery along the road is varied with a clutter of small towns, which give way to light forest and fields.
We had planned to take a jungle safari in Mudumalai Reserve on the way back to Bangalore.
Mudumalai Reserve also known as a Tiger Reserve, shares its boundaries with Tamil ...