A small residential lodge at Kochi becomes the witness for many stories, of many people, their search for love, money, sex, and the true meaning of life.
Dud is a deadbeat but charming ex-surfer who joins a fraternal order hoping to reclaim the simple, happy lifestyle he lost when his father died. Through the Lodge and his newfound connection with the other members, Dud will come to find the missing sense of purpose in his life and confront his deepest fears and greatest hopes.
Fifteen-year-old Skye moves with her father from the big city to rural Northern Ireland, where they take over a local family owned hotel called North Star, previously managed by Skye's grandfather. Skye tries to build a new life, but this new life is not free from complications as Skye must navigate through the everyday stresses of life as a teenager and tries to integrate into a group of teenagers who live and work in the hotel.
Viewers go behind the cabin doors of a five-star mountain retreat to see the on-and-off duty shenanigans of the staff working around the clock to provide the ultimate winter vacation experience to the privileged class.
Hodgepodge Lodge was a children's television series produced by Maryland Public Broadcasting and shown on a number of PBS stations from 1970 to 1977, hosted by Miss Jean Worthley. It featured the quiet Miss Jean introducing elementary school children to wild animals and other nature topics in a calm setting around the namesake lodge. Hodge Podge Lodge was aired on PBS stations on the East Coast and syndicated for the rest of the nation in the early and mid-1970s. The host introduced the wonders of nature to national audiences, which included inner-city children, many of whom had never seen a garden or an animal in a setting other than a zoo. Miss Jean would do everything from opening up a pine cone and exploring its depths, to examining the habitat of a hedgehog or a red fox.