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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      ... have to walk a few metres up the road and the humidity will suck all of the moisture from your body and deposit it in an unattractive sheen on your skin. It doesn't matter how much you wipe it away, the muggy air can play this game aaaaall ******* day. You pretty much have to get used to being damp all the time. I generally find this kind of heat easy to get used to in the day time, it's ...


      A travel blog entry by pmitchell1981 on Nov 07, 2008

      1 comment

      ... is intriguing, but I think because Udupi is a place of pilgrimage for many, these holy men (they would call them 'business holy men' in Varanasi) take advantage of the devouts beliefs. Good job we are not devout anything then! Tonight we get the train to Kochi, our first sleeper train for a while, and the first we will have to find on our own, which could be fun, but we cannot wait to get to Kerala. Gods own country they call it, lets ...


      A travel blog entry by parktho on Oct 29, 2007

      ... a great fan of. You can see my attempts at mastery in the Random album. I've met a few more people that own Enfields and we did one ride to Malpe. I thought I'd be left behind on my significantly smaller-sized motorbike, but I kept up (I think it's more about the skill of the rider than the bike ). We had to go back in pouring ran at night though. Not fun, especially on Indian roads. On the weekend, I had to ...

      Solo travel, oh so trying

      A travel blog entry by cruisekate on Feb 02, 2007

      1 comment

      ... no, not alcohol, so he said what type of other drink. So I suddenly looked up and said 'why?' and he said so I could meet him for a drink this evening at 10:30pm. I replied I didn't do that as I was married. He kept going on saying I had beautiful eyes and how my husband was so lucky and then audaciously asked if he was going to 'also be lucky for the next few days' to which I again replied no. It was all getting way too much but annoyingly he had ...

      Motorbikes, Monsoons and More Cows!

      A travel blog entry by simontann on Oct 10, 2006

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      ... had no petrol... Pretty strange given that we had just filled up and now also his key didn't fit in his petrol cap. Still we brushed it aside as a faulty gage, and off we went. All the way along though, I couldn't help thinking that his bike looked different somehow, not sure how, just different. Anyway later on that afternoon, when we saw Sami, he was like "why have you changed the bike?" what do you mean changed the bike? "thats not the ...