The Lake Forest Hotel Yercaud

Address: Ondikadai post, Yercaud, Tamil Nadu, 636602, India | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Ondikadai post, Yercaud, is near Kiliyur Falls.
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      India with Chell - Yercaud

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Dec 28, 2013

      63 photos

      ... which was going to happen in that weekend.

      As we walked near the Anna Park, which would be centric to the festival, Uncle Robert's acquaintance, who was part of the horticulture department, and incharge of theh festival, saw us, and invited us to have a sneak preview of the park, and the preparations going on.

      We were delighted by the invitation, and amazed by the amount of effort that goes into making a flower festival look and smell at its best. ...

      India with Chell - Salem

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Dec 27, 2013

      21 photos

      ... reading and having samosas/coffee. We were picked up by Uncle Robert at Salem station, from where we went on to their home in Salem, where Shirley Aunty showered us with her warm welcome and hospitality. After having a satisfying dinner, we went off to a well deserved sleep after a tiring train journey during the day.

      The next day, saw us visiting the Calvary Assembly of God Church, where Uncle Robert is the Senior Pastor, with ...

      To The Hills

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 08, 2012

      33 photos

      ... they could, that’s not the point. These people don’t have that option. They’ve instead taken their poverty and transformed it into something inspiring. They worship cows not as a sign that they’re uneducated, but because the cow is their brother in the endless toils of labor which make up the villager’s daily life. Man and beast come together to fight the common enemy of life everywhere. Hunger. Without a supermarket to head to and no money to spend ...

      For God

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Sep 04, 2012

      16 photos

      ... I’m glad I don’t know. He takes the coffee chews off the bus for a moment, throws them to someone just out of sight, and then returns to pinching me to beg for more money. I hide my face in my hands as the poverty of India can be so overwhelming at times. After an eternity of anguish, finally one of the ticket collectors shoos the boy away. Looking to the other window, I see a woman is holding a baby and begging through the window to Christina. A let ...

      Yercaud Hills

      A travel blog entry by fleming.joseph on Oct 05, 2011

      5 photos

      ... BP fuel park having A2B in it. Had a relaxed breakfast and started driving towards Salem. In couple of hours reached Salem town and turned towards Yercaud hills. There were enough signs leading the way to Yercaud from Salem Town. The road from Salem to Yercaud was good without any rough patches.

      It was really sunny and warm till Salem. We expected the climate to be more pleasant as we climb up the hills but a great disappointment, it wasn't ...