Hotel Poonja International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... problems and a local businessmen selling his rice with his fist thrust upwards, which I think was meant to be a sort of Genghis Khan 'buy this, its brilliant' but looks more Danny La Rue.
Tuk tuks chugged beside us and even these were neater with inlays of designed leather around their doors. A pimped-up version to the ones we saw in Delhi or Mumbai.
We left the high-rise apartments, shipyard and city of business of finance ...
... Literally. Trust me. We had run test trials in our minds. We had pre decided which hotels we would stay in, called and asked about availability and we knew which state highway which national highway which circle which school we would passby! We knew the planned in and out! Felt like carrying out Mission Impossible now and then. In some sense it also was. Three MBBS students and one first year MSc who just joined college two weeks ago! No one told their parents. Money borrowed and ...
... sixties enter the carriage and me and Akhil lose our space and he goes to sleep on his mothers bed leaving me to share the space outside in the corridor with seven or eight other guys for another three gruelling hours before the train arrives at Mangalore junction at 5.00am, and I've had no sleep at all, I find a taxi and room at inflated nighttime prices, that I don't have the will power to barter against. The next morning after I wake up and as I leave ...
... racket company. Once landed I then carried on following my nose towards the north and kept taking little side roads in the hope of seeing the sea. To say the road was in a bad state of repair would've been an understatement of mammoth proportions - it was terrible. The potholes and broken road surface in general had me bouncing around all over the place. I did a couple of food and chai breaks in the hope of letting ...
... a constant 80+. Once you cross Hassan and reach Sakleshpur, it will all green around and could see coffee and arecanut plantations in the road sides.
Sakleshpur is a mountain range in the western ghats and known for its sub-tropical climate and the lush green estates and mountain slopes. It was drizzling when were driving though the curvy roads of Sakleshpur. There were no ...