Hotel Poonja International
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Hiralikar family went on winter vacation to Udupi and Karwar.
Travelled in KSRTC Airawat Club Class - a literally blissful journey from Pune to Udupi. Stayed in Udupi for 2 nights. Visited Malpe beach, Annegudde Vinayaka, Mookambika, Murudeshwar, Turtle beach.
Food we enjoyed: Chow Chow Bath, Banana Bun, Dilkhush, Ragi Dosa
Best restaurants: Woodlands, Mithra Samaj, Shantisagar
... of River view Homestay, seemed to be cautious guy clarifying that his place is outside Mangalore city in a place called Kulur along a river bank. At 1600 per night for a couple I made it a done deal. Entered Mangalore at about 1230 pm and headed straight to "Hotel Narayana" on Bunder Road- a must visit place in Mangalore for all sea foodies like me. But stay away if you are expecting a fine dining experience, the ambience is not that great but the fish fries and masala powder ...
... 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 ...
... let me through sans payoff. All three boards were damaged from the flight and the one I had planned on donating to the local kids was pretty smashed. So I handed them swiss cheese instead of my favorite shortboard ever in life. I don't know what has become of her.
The Ashram in Mangalore is something I'll never forget. I lived with the ...
... small shrines can be seen. There are 1000 richly carved pillars making up the wall that surrounds the temple. The Thousand Pillar Temple is constructed on a platform that is raised to 1 metre height above ground level and is supported by a number of columns which are beautifully carved and adorned. Delicate stone work which definitely adds charm and beauty to this ancient Jain temple. Rock cut elephants ...