Hotel Lila's

Address: Behind Ranibaug, Porbandar, Gujarat, 360575, India | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Porbandar

      Going back to my roots... (part1) Mandvi

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Aug 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... recommended "zorba the Buddha" restaurant which only does gujurati thalis... It was a little daunting arriving up the back stairs into this canteen-like restaurant, with loads of people stopping and looking at me as I was shown to my seat, wild west saloon style! There was no need to say anything, there ns no menu, they just bring you a platter of different curries, some salads, chilli's, onion, breads, sauces and more curries, then keep just bringing you more ...

      The reason I'm here.

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Aug 05, 2014

      1 photo

      ... one more night before heading off to a place called Meghalya. Meghalya is in the very north east corner of India and borders with Bhutan and Bangladesh. Another area that is little travelled by foreign tourists. Should be very interesting and a bucket of fun. The afternoon was spent having chai, eating street food, talking to people I've met, and having a last wander around. Back at the hotel and I have a couple of emails to deal with then a last dinner at the ...

      Pilgrimage to the Mahatma's birth place

      A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 19, 2014

      8 comments, 17 photos

      ... is a busy cramped lane. Porbandar is a quintessential small Indian town - cramped, narrow roads, two wheelers all around. As is typical in India - there are no signposts directing you to Kirti Mandir, but there are a million people to ask, and you can get there eventually.

      It was an experience. To the strains of Vaishnava Janato, being played in the background, I walked ...

      No Woman No Child

      A travel blog entry by thehog on Jan 08, 2013

      15 photos

      ... worded the conductor up and headed for 3AC and some warm bedding for a fee - the sensible option.

      Porbandar greeted us with a chill, so we dodged the cow in the train station entrance, had a chai to warm up and waited for sunrise before checking in at the accurately named Hotel Pride. A bargain priced hotel room greeted us, and I piled into breakfast of Aloo Paratha, curd and bread omelette; before we ...

      Cow sized deck chairs

      A travel blog entry by eggmanfoo on Jan 07, 2013

      ... At one point my bed for occupied by 6 large indians wanting to sit down....bear in mind this was a 4 shar can work it out......21 hours turned into23 hours with delays, and we finally arrived in Porbandar at 6am, greeted by darkness, cold, andnotasingle soul that could speak ...