Kk Residency Hotel

Address: 7, Sastri Road, Behind Central Bus Stand, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, 641009, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7, Sastri Road, Behind Central Bus Stand, Coimbatore, is near Dhyanalinga Temple, Kovai Kuttralam, and Aliyar Dam Reservoir Park.
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Travel Blogs from Coimbatore

Visit to an Indian Hospital

A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Nov 11, 2014

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... Im being sold and start to panic - but all was good, turns out we were just stopping to pick up Dr. Moulis daughter from school - its funny the things you think of when you cant communicate....
So during my free time this afternoon I read a lot of my book sitting in the sun - so it was very relaxing. Im reading a book called "Shantaram" - it was recommended to me by a friend and its an autobiography of an Australian guy who breaks out of prison and escapes into India and goes on ...

Today is our first day of moving between centres.

A travel blog entry by pigsfoot on Mar 18, 2013

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... of ladies sat on the floor chanting. The Jains are known for being naked and can be seen in the early morning walking around South Mumbai only in sandals (I think that only relates to men though)!

Final stop the Towers of Silence. This where the dead of the Zoroastrian religion are taken to be reduced by vultures. It is a high building and no one is allowed in even the family: the positioning of the bodies being done by religious handlers. Plenty of ...

Stranded... almost (Part II)

A travel blog entry by bayleyontour on Feb 13, 2011

... suspension straining under twice the weight it had been designed for! The ride was physically uncomfortable, with Hayley (and me) putting all our strength into staying upright as we wound our way at a steady pace around the corners. However, we were both overwhelmed by their kindness and gladly made our best efforts to hold a conversation with the driver. After a little while, we had past lamb's rock again, and I was wondering whether to ask them to drop us off. I was still ...

Making tracks... slowly

A travel blog entry by bayleyontour on Feb 11, 2011

... incredible. By this time (we set off at 7:30am) the sun was low in the sky and everything had an orangy hue. The steam engine was chugging along behind us, and as we each took turns to shove our heads out the window to admire the view, we felt the heat from the steam blowing in our faces. It was so cool to think that we were making our way up the mountain the same way that people had been doing for over a hundred years, with the track so steep that only the ...

Bike Melt Down

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Nov 28, 2010

7 comments, 9 photos

... 6 days cycling, we both feel really glad that we came to Tamil Nadu. Apart from Thandigudi which was the whole reason for coming, the rest of Tamil Nadu has been a fantastic experience. We haven’t seen any other white people in 6 days (apart from an Albino Indian in Poopara – very surreal)  and have had to fend for ourselves as the guide book and the map don’t include any of these places. However, people have been really excited to see us, children waving and ...

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