Hotel Mangalore International
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from Udupi to Karwar in Mangluru-Madgaon Intercity Express in AC Chair car - totally unsatisfactory coach. Stayed in Karwar for 3 nights. Visited Tagore beach, Sunday market, Warship museum, aquarium, Karwar Port, Ganesha temple, Gokarn Mahabaleshwar temple, Gokarn beach, Kali river mouth at Sea, Kali bridge, Durga temple, Sadashivgad fort, Devbag beach.
Food we enjoyed: Karwari Veg ...
... sprinkles on it is amazing at a very low price. He will serve you fish curry and rice by default once seated and in another 5 mins a guy with a huge tray of all kinds of fish fry will ask you whatz your pick. I settled for a full promfret and and Anjal fry.
Reached our homestay and the place was over our expectations and the manager could speak fluent Marathi so no comms. issue !! Headed to nearby Panambur beach in evening but was the usual "Bhelpuri - Golawala " types which ...
... there's some kind of protest march heading past. I walk across town to pick up a race number for the Mangalore half-marathon. On the way back I stop to buy water. The shop owner notices I have a runners bag and produces I scrapbook of his successes as a 55 year old power walker. He has a framed article about his heroics and had run in Sri Lanka and Malaysia. When picking up supplies I notice curry flavoured and Masala flavoured porridge! I stop off at a ...
... their mantra, shared their humble existence and amazing vegetarian dishes. The Swami and his disciples are the pioneers of surfing in India and they introduce visitors and local youth to their ocean's special gift. I will also never forget the first words that Swami said to me, remind me to tell you about it sometime! Not by coincidence, the ashram is nestled on the ...
... screens in the temple which are characteristic are also evidence of the then prevailing dynasty.
Next stop was to the monolithic stone statue of Lord Gamateshwara a revered Jain Siddha (one who has achieved salvation). It is carved out of a single block of granite and stands majestically on top of a hill. The statue is 55 feet high and is regarded as one of the largest monolithic statues in ...