Hotel Hindustan

Nalpad Apsara Chambers,near old bus stand, Mangalore, Karnataka, 575001, India | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by simoncardnell


... Christmas and he tells me they eat vegetarian meals for the whole of December and then on Christmas Day, as a feast they eat meat (chicken). Last Christmas he had to dress as Santa for a day which is a sweltering job in India. He's never seen snow. At 11.00pm, I feel my chances of getting a bed diminishing. I spot a mouse dart under the bed next to me and Akhil doesn't seem in the least bit surprised or concerned about it. I'm sitting on a spare bed so at 12.00pm ...

Temples, Coffee plantations and Little Cities

A travel blog entry by maja.flower


... 10 000 people visit this temple each day and it was full of Indians from all around the country and no tourists. It was clear some Indians here have never seen white people before, often they would just stand and stare at us or come sit next to us...just staring, or yell at us practicing their English. Quiet funny and sometimes a bit disturbing. After this we went to visit a Tibetan settlement in a village called Bylakuppe, it was strange to see so ...

The Bubonic Plague Express (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


... We had had a bit of wander and found that the food was prepared in the most hygienic place on the train, the quaintly named "Pantry Cabin" was right next to the stench emitting toilets. Not ideal then and so I said to Grant that we'd have to go hungry on this journey. Our tender Western tummies may not be up to the job of eating food without getting some problems. We sat in that grim cabin and watched the elderly couple get stuck into their food. ...

Our First Adventure out of Panca Karma

A travel blog entry by courtenay

... off at to get back to our hotel. Mangalore is a pretty big city! We ended up at the last stop, the bus station, which luckily wasn't too far from our hotel. That was something I would never do if I was on my own, however. I'm so obsessive about making sure that I know everything, how to get everywhere and back, that I was shocked that I hadn't thought to ask. I think I am more relaxed then usual, as I have a traveling partner...we will see if this ends up being a good thing or ...


A travel blog entry by courtenay


... a little bit above my body and the liquid pours out as the person moves all over, covering all of me. I'm laying on the (not very comfortable) plastic table which has a slope and a little hole on the bottom. The liquid flows down into the hole and is caught in a pot, re-heated, and poured on me again in an endless cycle. It is so warm and sweet and nourishing. Dr. Ashwin said it can feel like being back in the womb. The only ...

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This hotel, located on Nalpad Apsara Chambers,near old bus stand, Mangalore, is near Sultan Battery.
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