A Great Vacation at Hotel Shevaroys, Yercaud

Breathtaking view from the top of the hills.
Breathtaking view from the top of the hills.

A Lovely Weekend on the Yercaud Hills

Hotel Shevaroys Yercaud is the ideal place to stay and dine when you take a trip to Yercaud, the beautiful hill resort in South India. This is one of the oldest hotels in the region, having had a very humble beginning in the year 1971.

Most people forget that a vacation is a must after months of continuous and hectic activity. We work hard in order to make money to pay our bills and to keep our home running. But we forget to relax for a few days and ignore the fact that a vacation can make us more active for more hard work ahead. I must admit that I belong to this category of people.

However, one fine day, after much prodding from my daughter who wanted to go to 'some' nice place during her summer vacation, my husband and I realized that it was high time we had a break too. It took us hardly a day or two to organize our travel and accommodation bookings. Our destination was Yercaud, a beautiful hill resort, which is about two hours drive from Salem, a rail station about 334 km (approximately 210 miles) from Chennai, South India.

Ready to travel

Within a week, we were off on a train to Salem. We hired a cab to take us along the several hair-pin bends to Yercaud, 53 kms (roughly 33 miles) uphill from Salem. We paid the cab driver Indian Rupees(INR) 700. Only later during the trip, we learned that it usually costs only INR 550 for that distance.

The cool breeze and the clean and fresh air of Yercaud welcomed us. Situated at an altitude of 1500 meters (almost 5000 feet) above sea level on the Shevaroy Hills of the Eastern Ghats, it was a real treat for us to have found a way to beat the heat of Chennai, a city which is hot throughout the year (almost similar to Florida, I am told)except for 3 to 4 months when we experience a mild and pleasant winter.

We had reservation for staying at a cottage promoted by the Indian Tourism Department. It was not a bad choice as far as the room was concerned, but we found that there were so many things lacking, particularly room service which shocked us, as a good hotel without room service is generally unheard of. We had to get ready every morning and go to the restaurant to have our breakfast. So we decided to go to another restaurant, a fifteen minute walk away from this hotel.

Hotel Shevaroys, Yercaud

This was Hotel Shevaroys, (not an affiliate link, given for the benefit of tourists) a very popular hotel in Yercaud. Not only was the food excellent, but everything else about the hotel seemed impressive. We really regretted not having known about Shevaroys hotel where the rooms and cottages were good and room service was available. The hotel was a big one housing a supermarket, a multi-cuisine restaurant, gaming center and internet browsing center. We were so impressed by the facilities that we decided to plan another trip to Yercaud just to stay at this hotel. As such we continued our stay in the other hotel and frequented Hotel Shevaroys for food.

A must-see resort-Yercaud

Yercaud is actually not as popular as Ooty or Kodaikanal, the other hill resorts of South India. People generally recommend the latter, but Yercaud's low profile should not lead to an underestimation of its richness and beauty. It is a quiet resort surrounded by towering mountains giving you breathtaking views of Mother Nature. We had a pleasant weekend at this exotic locale, taking in the lovely sights around us.

 Chinnappa Raj,an aspiring young man
Chinnappa Raj,an aspiring young man

Why this hub?

The purpose of this hub is also to introduce to the world, an aspiring young man who was our cab driver for the two days we spent in Yercaud. The world is so full of cheats and dishonest people that you are only too willing to appreciate an honest and sincere person, especially when he is a stranger.

Like any tourist, I expected our trip to be an exciting one. Not only was the tour exciting, but also turned out to be useful and informative, thanks to our driver who helped us see all the places (that are not a great many though) in Yercaud.

Chinnappa Raj- that's his name- a man of 25 years, at first glance, looked to me like any other cab driver who takes you around the place for the money you give. But once we got into his car, a van rather, he started to tell us in his soft-spoken voice, about Yercaud and its people. I thought that this man was different from the lot we bump into during our regular travel. He promised to come the next day and take us for yet another tour of the place and was at our door on time. From then on he was to be our guide for the entire trip.

Boating in Yercaud Lake
Boating in Yercaud Lake

Great sights visited

We got to see many tourist spots on his recommendation, from where we could take photographs of the magnificent and unpolluted beauty of Nature. Wherever you go in Yercaud, it is hills, hills and hills that you see all around. If you are a nature-lover, you'll not want to leave the place, it's so beautifully blessed with dense forests and clouds just floating above them.

Chinnappa Raj explained to us in detail about the education and vocation of the locals. He showed us a school-more than a hundred years old- Montfort Anglo Indian School-named after St. Montfort of France. We were truly astounded by its stately architecture and grandeur. He drove us to see the various sights in Yercaud like The Pagoda Point, Yercaud Lake, Anna Park, Rose Garden, Shevaroy Temple, Botanical Garden, Lady's seat, etc.

Trees trees everywhere!
Trees trees everywhere!

Burning desire to succeed

We hired his services for both the days and it was then that I learned about his determination to make it big some day, driving tourists in his own car. You don't find many such people who yearn to become successful like Chinnappa Raj does. A simple man but very straightforward and sincere in his approach, he has been putting aside whatever money he could in order to buy his own car. I appreciated his efforts and told him that I hoped to travel in his own car during our next visit to Yercaud.

Perseverance pays

He started his career as a cab driver for a Christian Missionary in Chennai four years ago. He did not like the crowds of Chennai but stayed on to get some good working experience in a big city. He was dying to return to his hilly hometown which he did in 2009. He started working for a travel agency as a cab driver and guides the tourists around the place. From the numerous telephone calls he got while driving us, I sensed that he was a favorite who seemed to have a huge customer contact list.

Botanical Garden, Yercaud with many rare plant species.
Botanical Garden, Yercaud with many rare plant species.

Friendly attitude

He was seen nodding and smiling at most of the passers by (and his smiles were acknowledged too)and this gave the impression that he knew almost all the local people. He even told us that he would be able to arrange reservation for us at Hotel Shevaroys in case we did not have the time to do an online booking of rooms (at no extra cost of course). I was surprised by his simplicity and his willingness to oblige.

Bidding farewell to Yercaud

We wished him good luck and bade good-bye to Chinnappa Raj and Yercaud. When he dropped us at the rail station at Salem-for our down-hill journey we had to pay him only INR 550-he requested us to recommend his services to our friends who would be visiting Yercaud in future.

I had already decided that I would certainly tell all my friends and acquaintances about this young man and his dreams. Through this hub I wish to recommend his services to any one visiting Yercaud, because, by engaging him, you can be free from any worry about being cheated. You can also be assured of a pleasant trip around the place.

The restaurant at Hotel Shevaroys,Yercaud.
The restaurant at Hotel Shevaroys,Yercaud.

Problems tourists face in a new place

I hate to say this, but there have been many instances where foreign tourists have been cheated in India just because they do not know the local language and they don't have a local guide accompanying them. In spite of being residents of the same state, we paid more for the uphill trip! I suggest that if you want to travel to Yercaud, you can make a reservation at Hotel Shevaroys (not an affiliate link). This will make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Beware of any middle men trying to help you with your travel. Engaging honest and simple people like Chinnappa Raj to take you around will reduce your apprehensions of being in a new and unknown place. I want to reiterate the fact that people like him are truly hard to find.

For a stress-free ride around Yercaud

Chinnappa Raj can be contacted at 919865755553. I had a hub in mind even as I got to know him because to me, he is an out of the ordinary, energetic and aspiring man, willing to work hard to achieve his goals, so I took a photograph of this young man beside his car (not his own) and promised to write about him once I reached home. He was very excited to hear this.

Whew! What a view!
Whew! What a view!

Best time to visit Yercaud

According to Chinnappa Raj, if you want to go to Yercaud and spend time leisurely without encountering a huge crowd, then September -October is the best season to go. Or if you don't mind the crowds but only want to enjoy a beautiful weather on the hills, then mid-March to mid-June is the best time of the year to visit. We were there by mid June and rains were just beginning. It was the end of a busy season when we visited, so we could enjoy the place which was absolutely peaceful and tranquil with only a few people holidaying like us.

The winding roads between Salem and Yercaud as seen from the top.
The winding roads between Salem and Yercaud as seen from the top.

What's in it for me?

Now, many of you who are reading this hub may have this question-the most important question- to ask. What do I get out of this? Why should I write about some stranger whom I met during a weekend and why should I give him so much publicity?

Yes, I get a lot of benefit out of this if you really want to know and I'm sure you do. HAPPINESS- loads and loads of happiness about having done some good to someone as deserving as Chinnappa Raj. Meeting good people is rare. Particularly, when you meet such a simple person with average education, who longs to succeed in life by his hard work and hard work alone, and is neither web-savvy nor has clout of any nature, you should make it a point to help him in whatever small way you can. This is the way I have chosen to help him. I would be very happy if, after reading this hub, at least a hundred people decide to hire his services when they visit the beautiful Yercaud hills.

Almost touching the clouds!
Almost touching the clouds!

Latest Update :12th December,2010

Chinnappa Raj has been in constant touch with me on telephone since our trip to Yercaud-perhaps my good intentions had appealed to him. After seeing this hub, he must have been doubly sure that I was genuinely interested in his progress.

Generally all tourists who like their guide may promise to do many things for him once they returned home, but most likely that they would forget everything about the trip once they go back to their normal routine. In my case too, it was not until after four months had passed after our trip that I published this hub about Chinnappa Raj. I too delayed it due to my own work schedules though the idea was lurking in a corner of my mind all the time. In the end, I did keep my promise to him by publishing this hub.

Are you able to see a human face?
Are you able to see a human face?

Positive outcome

So, when he did not hear from me for four months, Chinnappa Raj also must have thought that I had forgotten about him, but he kept calling me a few times just to say a 'hello'. His joy knew no bounds when I called him up soon after publishing this hub, and he sought his friend's help to look it up. He knew for sure then, that I was out to help him in every way possible.

This morning there was a telephone call from him saying that he is going to be very busy this month because five (unrelated) families have arranged with him for a trip in Yercaud. He was contacted on the telephone number I had given here and told him that they found the information on the web.

Now it was my turn to be happy, happy for him because his honesty, simplicity and hard work are paying off though at a slow pace. I have only been a tool for this development and I am glad about it. I hope and pray that he gets many more such inquiries and opportunities to steadily increase his income and make it big one day.

This happiness of mine is a million times more than that which I get when I earn a hefty sum as payment for my freelance SEO work. Money may come and go but this kind of happiness will stay for ever. I am sure you'll all agree with me.

One little last note

There are thousands of people like Chinnappa Raj living in this world but not all of them get enough attention and support from people who are better off than them so that they could improve their lifestyle. It is in the interest of the society that we identify such sincere people and lend them a helping hand. This will certainly make the world a better place to live in. This is a little message that I would like to pass on to fellow hubbers and all those who get to read this hub.

Thank you for visiting this hub.

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Kind Regards 6 years ago from Missouri Ozarks - Table Rock Lake

remaniki, A very pleasant Hub to read. I enjoyed it. It sounds nice to take a fifteen minute walk to the restaurant like you did, and how nice to discover a hotel for future stays. What a sweet thing to say, "You are only too willing to appreciate an honest and sincere person, especially when he is a stranger." I liked hearing about Chinnappa Raj and his plans. Very beautiful photos. What a lovely place! Kind Regards


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Kind Regards 6 years ago from Missouri Ozarks - Table Rock Lake

Hi again, I wanted to let you know I am active on Facebook, so as soon as I left here, I went and searched Yercaud on Google and found a FB page for it. You may like it too. It is here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/YERCAUD/462626135036...


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remaniki 6 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Kind Regards,

Thank you very much for reading my hub and giving me a good feedback. Thanks for the FB page too.


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akirchner 6 years ago from Central Oregon

Very informative and nicely presented. Good videos.


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remaniki 6 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi akirchner, Thanks for stopping by.

Regards

Rema.


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RNMSN 5 years ago from Tucson, Az

remaniki what an excellent article and a loving tribute to your guide!!

I know he will receive many blesings not just from your hub but from the way he is living his life!!

voted way up useful awesome and beautiful!!


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remaniki 5 years ago from Chennai, India Author

How nice of you Barbara to post such a lovely comment! Thanks very much for stopping by and reading my hub.

Warm Regards,

Rema.


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Nell Rose 5 years ago from England

Hi, what a great hub, not only about your visit but the fact that you have helped a great friend and guide with this, we can all help other people to become more successful in their lives just by being greatful. what a great idea, and I am sure he really appreciates it, rated up cheers nell


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WeNdYpOoPoO 5 years ago from Hudson Valley NY

those pictures were so beautiful I would love to visit there. Very nice hub.


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remaniki 5 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thanks very much Nell for the wonderful comment.

Cheers

Rema


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remaniki 5 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi WeNdYpOoPoO,

Yes, it's a beautiful place and I enjoyed every minute of my stay there for the simple reason that I felt close to nature and longed to continue my holiday too. Anyway that wasn't practically possible and I had to return to the noisy city life!!! Thanks for visiting my hub.

Cheers

Rema.


Aruna 5 years ago

Hi,

It's simply great to read all you have written & I am planning to hire Chinnapa Raj. Myself & my husband are going to Yercaud on April 2nd. Is he using the same mobile no? You are simply great & the perfect human being. Don't know to express my happiness about you.

Thanks & Regards,

Aruna


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remaniki 5 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Aruna,

Thanks very much for the wonderful comment you have posted. Yes, Chinnappa Raj still uses the same mobile number and I am very glad to tell you that he calls me up once in a while to tell me how many customers have hired him after reading this hub. Nice of you to think of hiring him. You will not be disappointed. Have a great trip!!


Sajan 5 years ago

dose they have a DJ over there ??


R.Manikandan, Chief Manager 5 years ago

Dear Remanaki,

I am Manikandan.R,A newly appointed chief manager for Hotel Shevaroys.I really feel proud and happy for all those who had supported our Hotel and its services for the past 41 years.Remaniki Mam the article u have posted is one of the best article and compliment i had found about our hotel in the Internet.thanks for your precious words you have written, This article will help to motivate my staff team and ensure to give a home away from home feel to all our clients. Hands off to u mam.The beauty of this post is about the guide Chinappa raj.I know him personally as he was associated with Hotel Shevaroys for nearly 5 years.I have seen him from my young age and also trained under him in sales dept of Shevaroys Bakery.He is really a very good man personally and professionally and he deserves to be an well said article in this hub which might help him on his career.My no is 8220015311.Once again a heartful thanks from our management for this wonderful blog.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Manikandan for your positive feedback. I am very happy to hear from you as staff of Shevaroys Hotel.Good luck to you in your career!!

Cheers

Rema


rakesh 4 years ago

hi..i would like to know the following a) is there any mall road as such in yercaud, and if yes, how big..b) hotel shevroys is located in the serene place or close to market (we prefer close to market) c) can we stay in yercaud for three nights..we want to relax.


anonymous 4 years ago

Great Hub! More than anything, I'm inspired by your act of kindness. You've also described Yercaud beautifully...you literally painted a picture in my mind with your words! Would love to read about other places you've visited.


Devang 4 years ago

Thanks a lot. This article helped me lot in my recent trip to Yercaud. I had hired Mr Chinappa for the car and he is really the gem of the person. Very informative article as well as guide cum driver.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Devang,

Very glad that you found this hub helpful. Very happy too that you hired Chinnaapa Raj. I'm sure that this feedback from you will be very helpful to people who plan to visit Yercaud sometime. Thank you.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Beth for your kind words. Cheers

Rema


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rajan jolly 4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

Rema, I love this hub. For one, Yercaud appeals to me as I love being close to nature. Secondly, the way you helped out a fine human being, Chinappa, is really very appealing. I entirely agree with the priviledged helping other less priviledged, especially the ones who really deserve it. The comments show that your fine act helped Chinappa quite a bit. You are one fine lady with a loving heart, Rema.

On my part I'm sharing this hub at all places I can. Voting it all the way up and across.

By the way, Yercaud is on my vacation list and I hope Chinappa will be there to show us around. I've bookmarked this hub as well as noted Chinappa's telephone number.

Thanks for sharing this beautiful hub.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Oh, how nice of you Rajan to post a lovely comment here! Very kind of you. Thank you very much. I am so glad that you like the content of this hub.

Yes, Chinnappa Raj is still available on the same phone number and he will be there to guide you. He is such a good human being that I don't even have second thoughts when I make a commitment about his sincerity to as many people as possible.

Thank you Rajan for all the votes and the share and mainly for taking the time to post such a long comment expressing your views. Much appreciated. I am very grateful for your kindness. Cheers, Rema.


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TToombs08 4 years ago from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map.

Remaniki, a very beautiful hub, not only because it covers the gorgeous holiday you took, but the spirit of such a fine young man. I hope he is prospering. Voted up and sharing.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Oh, thank you Terrye for the wonderful comment. Yes, he is doing quite well as far as his goals are concerned and making a slow but sure progress in his work. Thanks for the votes and share. Cheers, Rema.


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joleenbridges 4 years ago from Lee's Summit

Remaniki - What a wonderful hub and I was so touched from your patronage of Chinnappa Raj. How gracious and kind you are. Thank you for this wonderful lesson in paying it forward. Very inspiring. And it appears you have also helped the hotel too! This is a perfect example of what blesses one blesses all.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Joleen for your lovely comment. My intention was to help Chinnappa Raj but indirectly the hotel got its share of publicity too; of course it is a very good place for tourists to stay.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my hub and give your valuable opinion. Much appreciated Joleen. Cheers, Rema.


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Docmo 4 years ago from UK

A beautiful hub that brings back so many memories of my college trips to Yercaud. It truly is a peaceful and ethereal place .. calm. cool and full of natural splendour. I need to go back there and take my kids... thanks for the memories Rema. voted up and shared.


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mary615 4 years ago from Florida

This young man reminds me of a tour guide my daughters and I had in Costa Rica. He stayed right with us for 5 days, and took us to wonderful places explaining everything as we went along.

I've not had the pleasure of visiting your country, but I'd sure like to: maybe someday.

Voted UP, and shared.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Sorry about the delayed response Mohan. Don't know how I missed this comment of yours. I'm very glad that this hub brought back good old memories for you to relive.

Thanks for the votes and the share Mohan. Cheers, Rema.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Mary,

I am very sorry about responding to your nice comment so late. I missed this comment somehow. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about your trip to Costa Rica. It is rare to find sincere people who guide us during our trips.

Please come to India Mary. I'd love to meet you. That would be wonderful.

Cheers, Rema.


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alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

Wow, sounds like I need to make time for this location if ever I travel to India. Do you know how Chinnappa feels about the nice words you wrote about him? Voting this Up and Interesting.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi alocsin,

I promise you, you'll not regret visiting Yercaud and hiring Chinnappa. Yes, Chinnappa is very happy after reading this hub about him and he does have a few people calling him up and requesting his services after getting to know about him from this hub.

Thank you alocsin for your time and for the votes.

Cheers, Rema.


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Mike Robbers 4 years ago from London

Yercaud seems so enchanting and beautiful.... wonderfully presented to the world by you Rema :)


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thanks Mike for the nice comment. Yercaud is indeed a beautiful place. Cheers, Rema.


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

Hi Rema, Thank you for the virtual vacation! Fascinating pictures and article. Much appreciated!:)


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Linda for visiting and for the encouraging words. Cheers, Rema.


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tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

What a lovely tribute to a hard working man! And, your information and pictures are top shelf! Thank you for sharing.

Voted up, useful, and beautiful.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Mary. Very glad that you enjoyed reading this hub. Thanks for the votes too. Cheers, Rema.


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Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

I have been to some South Indian cities but not to Chennai. I'm sure this is a great place to stay.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much for the visit. This place is at quite a distance from Chennai but in the same state. It is really worth going to at least once just to relax and enjoy nature.

Cheers, Rema


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK

Rema, beautiful hub in more ways than one - the photos are wonderful, definitely made me want to visit this area and shows that sometimes it is well worth getting off the beaten track to see true beauty. It is also beautiful because of your story of Chinnapa and of his obvious goodness and helpfulness - it is nice to hear that he has benefited from your 'sponsorship' and that he will get more work.


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Julie,

Thank you very much for the visit and the great comment. Cheers, Rema.


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midget38 4 years ago from Singapore

Rema, you are a wonderful person to look out for Chinnapa. The connection is a beautiful one and Yercaud seems a wonderful place to visit. Thanks for sharing and I share as well!


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remaniki 4 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you very much Michelle for the kind words. Yes, Yercaud is indeed a beautiful place and worth visiting. Thanks for the share too. Cheers, Rema.


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Vellur 3 years ago from Dubai

Great hub and a great spot to vacation. you have showcased the place very well in your hub. Great work, voted up and shared.


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remaniki 3 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Thank you Nithya for the kind words. Thanks for the votes and the share too. Cheers, Rema.


Sueswan 3 years ago

Hi Rema,

It was a pleasure to read your beautiful hub and tribute to your tour guide Chinnappa Raj.

Voted up, away and sharing.

Cheers, Sue


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CrisSp 3 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

This sounds very interesting. I wish we have this in our destinations list. What majestic views you have for readers to enjoy! Makes us feel closer to mother nature. Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed the tour. It's lovely!

I like your "one little last note" -- it reminded me of my first flight for 2013, which I've also hubbed about. In the spirit of "Be kind to one another", I gave the aircraft groomers of Roatan some food that we'd usually just throw away after a leg of flight since we have a different sets of food catered for the next flight. You see, the people of Roatan are poor but they are hard working, nice people and mind you, it was me who was very happy to see their faces brimming wide smile. I'm sure that simple of act of kindness means a lot to them (and for me as well). Anyway, I didn't have to mention this in my hub but thought of it after reading this hub of yours.

Cheers!


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remaniki 3 years ago from Chennai, India Author

Hi Cris,

Thank you very much for stopping by and posting a nice comment. Yes, little acts of kindness mean a lot to both the receiver and the giver. I want to read this hub of yours. I will, soon. Thanks again my friend. Cheers, Rema.


Anika Diaries 22 months ago

Most of the time, I'v come across travel articles where people mention only about their stay or the place around. But you have actually written about your journey by mentioning about the kind cab driver. It was indeed a treat to eyes.

Enjoyed this hub of yours thoroughly.


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remaniki 16 months ago from Chennai, India Author

Thanks very much Anika for your kind words. I am glad you enjoyed reading my hub.

Regards

Rema

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