Kediyoor Hotel

Address: Kediyoor Complex, Udupi, Karnataka, 576101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kediyoor Complex, Udupi, is near St. Mary's Island.
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      Lava Rocks, Palm Trees And Bum Hoses

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... s weird not being hassled at every turn after spending a few weeks in Rajasthan. Rickshaw drivers will still slow down if they see you, enquire if you need their services with a slight raise of the chin, before heading off on their way if you decline. No one, not once, asked me if I wanted to eat at their restaurant or look at their shop. People will still smile and say hello and wave at ...

      A night in 'hospital' and the Shaka Surf Club

      A travel blog entry by lizcrone on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... Despite the strangeness of arriving at an asleep hospital around 10 at night we managed to get a somewhat decent sleep (even despite the crackle of the sheets every time one if us rolled over!) In the morning we were officially checked in/admitted before heading straight to the Shaka Surf Club. We were met there by the founders of the Club- Ishita (India's only female pro surfer) and Tusha. Over a traditional breakfast of 'sweet buns' and curry we heard ...


      A travel blog entry by sim_armitt on Nov 08, 2008


      ... some very interesting things about the behaviour of particular people around me...I'll just wait and see if those come true. After the astrologer we visited the krishna temple which was founded by a hindu saint. I didn't even know there were saints in hinduism. Inside the temple is a statue of krishna which emerged from a single chunk of basalt when this saint tapped it once. The temple was of traditional south Indian architecture, with statues perching all the way up the ...


      A travel blog entry by parktho on Oct 22, 2007

      Just arrived back in Manipal after an awesome weekend away at Gokarna. I really wanted to spend another night there, but everyone had to get back. I went with eleven other people notably amongst them Sunny and Sonam. Had a wonderful time. We left by train on Saturday morning which was horrendous - there was no where to sit. We had to stand for about 3 hours in cramped conditions. But it was cheap - less than AU$1 for the trip. Upon arrival, we settled in at ...

      Solo travel, oh so trying

      A travel blog entry by cruisekate on Feb 02, 2007

      1 comment

      ... and of course I am married." This would've been ok, but I couldn't stop myself from adding that he kept staring at my chest which I found very uncomfortable. I know it was a bad move, but it annoys the hell out of me and he was so blatant I just had to mention it. After this he then changed and started to lay into western culture, the way we dress and behave. He kept praising Indian dress and criticizing westerners for being immodest in dress. Then ...