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... quite pungent. I wonder about Marg and remember that youth can find joy in the strangest places... I start enjoying Puri as our early morning walks take us to the places where one only sees locals starting their day....after breakfast we relax in our cool room as we find the humidity and heat of the day a little stifling before heading off in an auto rickshaw in the evening to some place Pat has googled in Puri's fine eats... Danny Surfer Boy & Victoria's Surf Coast ...
... and as I entered the room, view from the window was just awesome. It was Puri beach with all its charm and beauty.
It was already around 11:30 as we got settled, we took some rest and got ready and headed to have lunch at the restaurant of Holiday resort. We had a good meal, food was great and authentic. Our plan for the day was to cover Raghurajpur Artist Village first and then see how much time we are left with to approach other spots. We got out of hotel ...
... with high risk of my swerving
into traffic since there was no way I could steer any of those I tried out.
Besides that, it was already mighty hot and humid, so I decided to skip the
bike ride and go to a meeting point in one of the cars hired to drive us to
Konark. Pulak guided us on one last village walk through a town that
specialized in several crafts, our last local culture experience in Odisha.
Puri is eastern India's most holy Hindu city because of numerous shrines and the Jagannath Mandir Temple. We arrived quite early from Chillika Lake and spent two nights in the city at a hotel near the beach and away from the incredible commotion of the holy parts of the city. Our visit to the holy shrines was by cycle rickshaw arranged by guide Pulak, a ...
... and held a lot of detail. In the end after showing me at least 50 paintings, I picked out four and started negotiating a price and then decided to go for three and offered my final price which he accepted. This was probably my best bargaining experience and don’t feel pillaged.
I could have gone to the sun temple in Konark, which the guide book describes as “if you see only one temple in Orissa it should be” this one, but I ...