- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... day. Featured in our day's experience include: i) visits to artisans villages - initially to art, where we saw traditional art being taught by the father to son process. A small village called Dandashai near the town of Raghurajapur. Here we met an official national treasure, a Mr Sri Anasta Maharana. We have provided a picture of him and his gold medal award. It was a honour to meet him and witness his artwork. We purchased some of his son's work. Totally exquisite. ...
... music at full blast which I was sure would scare them away. After a stroll along the harbour front, I ducked into one of the chai stalls and was offered a room for the night in the house of a local family where I ate some fantastic food while they asked me questions about myself, mainly revolving around the subject of why I wasn't married yet, which they found hard to understand. After each answer I gave, one of the family members would turn to the eldest daughter and speak ...
... and waited,No Jenny,turning round and looking back up the hill I saw Jenny laying down at the top of the hill,jumping off the bike I got to Her a tried to get her back on her feet and down to the bike,she was in AGONY! She had slipped on the banking,and her ankle had turned under her,then she fell on top of it. We had loads of people round us and between us got Jenny to a seat,eventually a guy called Begunter came and said he would take Jenny to a private hospital in his car,and ...
... across the islands this time travelling by bullock cart, a most uncomfortable ride but an opportunity for all the villagers to be involved in Pulak's vision and grassroutes (his company) projects whether farmers or fishermen. We arrived back in Puri to be greeted by Phillipe our neighbour wishing us a Merry Christmas with a bottle of beer! Then one final day left to kill by the side of the pool before our 10pm train back to Kolkata, the big city beckoned but were we ready to go ...
For Hindus, Puri is one of the holiest pilgrimage places in India. Another attraction is the long sandy beach and esplanade, especially for Indian holidaymakers. Therefore, the beach was busy in the early morning and packed at night despite I was there during the week. Unfortunately the holy Jagannath temple is not accessible by non-Hindus, but to experience the huge crowd in the evening hours was a memorable experience.
On one day I rented a motorbike and rode ...