Hotel Moti Mahal
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Just back from shopping in Mangalore. We were trying to find a chemist and ended up buying over the counter in the street. People here so much more friendly than in Mumbai. Tuk tuks everywhere and coconut and banana palms. The guide on the shuttle bus sang to us and then put on his mothers sari to show - never a dull ...
Our train from south Goa to Udupi was set to arrive around 8pm so we had prearranged to stay at a place called the Thonse Health Centre on recommendation from the surf club we planned to visit. In typical Indian fashion our train was about an hour late arriving. We caught a rickshaw straight to our accommodation and our first impression of the 'Health Club' was a huge locked metal gate and a sign that read 'please be quiet in hospital area' We were greeted by ...
... 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 ...
During my stay in Hariharapura, I convinced Raluca to travel a bit in India with me. There are places I want to go that I didn't go on my last trip and places I want to revisit because I loved them so much last time. However, I wasn't quite up for traveling through India on my own. Se we decided to travel for about 5 weeks together and then...who knows. I felt sad when it was time to leave Arogyaniketana. I had such a relaxing sweet time while I was there. My body was feeling ...
Also evident as we drove along was the fact that there is a Muslim community in the area. We saw a few women in black burkhas going about shopping etc. Apparently it is not a large community.
Next stop a pineapple farm where we were treated to fresh natural pineapple juice and
a view of some of the organic spices grown here before getting back on the coach to
head back to the ...