Hidden Valley Club and Resort

Address: Bangarappa Nagar, Karwar, Karnataka, 581301, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bangarappa Nagar, Karwar.
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        Travel Blogs from Karwar

        From the beach to the train

        A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 08, 2015

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        ... It was comfortable enough and had a few high powered fans on each row. Food venders came round selling veg samosas, cutlets and bhajis. Georgia had a samosa and I decided to get a bhaji since it was the only thing going, both were only rs20 for two. It was pleasantly spicy and had a crunch, deep-fried but better than crisps, chocolate and biscuits! I sat and read the adrenal reset on my kindle and watched the different vendors go by selling drinks and chai, and later even ...

        A Little Slice Of Awesome

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Dec 01, 2014

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        ... beach. I'm not gonna lie, you feel very ******* conspicuous wandering along a beach in long trousers with your worldly belongings strapped to your torso. Om Beach is so called on account of the fact it's shaped like an Om. Or a number 3. Or the indentation of someone's **** on a well worn sofa. And as you walk along the first butt cheek it doesn't seem like there's anything there. You contemplate just setting up there for the day, y'know, like ...

        Rasta ruins the day

        A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 08, 2014

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        ... Back at Namaste we ordered some food and settled in to use the ****** Wi-Fi. Later that evening Elmi and Emma braved the storm to join us for dinner. The lightning was incredible. Walking though the storm without a flash-light would have been easy. Every footfall would have been accompanied by a brilliant flash, lighting the way ahead. They had originally wanted to eat at the Rasta Café but we vetoed it based on our experience earlier that ...

        New update (07.01.2014)

        A travel blog entry by dieuwerandtom on Jan 03, 2014

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        ... incredible but also intense. The colours, the smells, the (amazing!) quality of the food, the people, the daily conversation, the poverty and the dirt. All intense. But an incredible experience and a place to realise how lucky one is.

        What is next? We have booked a ticket to Sri Lanka for 2 weeks (leaving on 21 Jan) and until then we will spend time in Kerala - not sure where exactly but no doubt via some interesting train and tuk tuk journeys -then relaxing and just generally being ...

        This is the Place of Inner Peace !

        A travel blog entry by thomas.varghese on Oct 23, 2012

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        ... a tinge of sadness as we realize the hours pass fast, and our impending departure from this piece of heaven approaches. We start with a breakfast, delicious as usual at a corner shack of the beach. We meet a fellow nomad, a fisherman from Spain, who shows us a few neat tricks with the 'diablo'. We gaze with intrigue and genuine appreciation, and quickly request a few tries at it ourselves. We meet a hawker who sells us a nice little Mridangam (a type of ...