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... 11:15 from Satpada. Boat took us to dolphin area first, dolphins dont jump like we are used to watch on TV. We got some glimpses of dolphins as and when they come somewhat outside water to breathe...A full dolphin sight is rare..we were able to spot few dolphins but those were just a bit outside water. You have to keep on tracking and spotting if you want to click dolphins and I tell you its not an easy task.
After watching dolphins for sometime, we then ...
... 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 ...
... the lake and onwards to the ferry port. It was another opportunity to see village life in India.
Boarding the ferry did not go smoothly for Sura, though. Because of very low water, to get over the ferry door involved a big climb. Most vehicles got over it with the aid of wooden planks and rocks piled up, but this wasn't sufficient for Sura. Tim and Rob decided to try to use the truck's metal sand mats to help her over, but they merely bent and one of ...
... my modesty, always being covered, even in Westernised Goa. But today I managed to change all that! We had a shared bathroom up some steps and down the hallway. On the way back I wore my dress to maintain modesty, however on the top step I slip and fall all the way down in a very dramatic manner. My hands were full of cosmetics, so I had no way to break my fall. My dress most definetly flashed my derriere to the two Indian guys who worked in the hotel and were sat at the bottom ...