Misty Woods

Address: Kakkabe Coorg, Kakkabe, Kodagu, Karnataka, 571212, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kakkabe Coorg, Kakkabe.
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      Travel Blogs from Kakkabe

      Vacation @ ‘Coffee bowl of India’ - Co

      A travel blog entry by bharvis on Oct 01, 2014

      47 photos

      ... 79o F) and occasional showers, while the temperatures dropped to 15 - 18o C (59 - 62o F) during nights.


      Day 2 was kicked off with a visit to the Abbey waterfalls. Thanks to GPS, our drive turned out a bit tricky, however the picturesque view of the falls from the hanging bridge amidst the dense forest washed out our pains. One of the must visit places in Coorg, especially during the monsoons ...

      One more time to Coorg

      A travel blog entry by rjprakash on Apr 26, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Tibetian Settlements:

      I did not expect so many Tibetans in one place and that too in south India. The settlement is a monastery and we had a privilege of watching them do the ritual. It was an eye opener on not to be prejudicial about what one can expect in an environment. Pictures explain more.

      2. Talakaveri:

      Located by Brahmagiri hill and is the source of famous south Indian river Kaveri. At that time, we criticized worshiping the ...

      Losar - Tibetan New Year

      A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Mar 02, 2014

      45 photos

      Still inflicted with flu I travel two hours across to Kushalnagar which is 5km Northwest of Bylakuppe. This was one of the first Tibetan refugee camps set up to house those fleeing Tibet following the 1959 Chinese invasion. Anyone can visit the town but only Tibetans can stay overnight as a permit is needed for anyone else who wishes to sleep there. After the first night I wake up ...

      About warrior states and jungles.

      A travel blog entry by adutt on Feb 28, 2014

      6 photos

      ... we carried on and managed to climb that stretch. However, before we were finished basking in the glory of our achievement, we reached the end of the trail. We weren't anywhere close to the water but we weren't too disappointed as the view was great, and being in the middle of a full blown jungle was quite exhilarating, so we decided to sit there for a while. After getting back our breaths and clicking pictures of a tomato which was 15 ...

      Reflections

      A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Feb 28, 2014

      ... done to us: that is pain. Suffering is to have things taken away from us. Our freedom, our friendships, our sense of self and direction in life: when these things are lost; that is when we know what it means to suffer. And, within the torrents of that suffering we seek to avoid repeating our old mistakes. We witness the agonies that can stem from human connection and see that disconnection and self reliance may perhaps be our only refuge. We close ourselves ...