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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... indian/rave music we had heard entering Puri. As we went outside there was a massive street party moving down the road everyone absolutely having it. This was our first encounter of party atmosphere since Goa and we duly dived into it head first. I’d had a few and was getting stuck in with my most ridiculous dancing, getting pulled here there and everywhere shaking hands. It was chaotic, even keeping my eye on Hannah was difficult. At one point I was sprayed directly in the ...
... Yeah, i'm a guide book kind of a guy. Besides, it's nice to have something other than a novel or newspaper to read, and makes an OK pillow on those long train journeys. My first day was spent exploring the areas along the shore. Goa this definitely wasn't, but despite the slightly rough around the edges look to the beaches and the fact that sun bathing or swimming was definitely out of the question, it was still nice to be on a beach again and relax for a bit. After this, I decided ...
... our train was not listed on the board. Fifteen minutes after scheduled departure, we departed, at 2:40.
We had Class CC, which meant comfortable airplane type seats in an air conditioned coach. It even had working outlets to charge our electronics. Dinner of sandwich, peanuts, juice & tea was served around 5:00, and a few hours later, a cup of decent tomato soup with crackers came. It ...
... Sea mouth where Chillika meets Bay of Bengal. Boat ride in Chillika is quite relaxing, and as you keep on moving towards sea mouth water turns green from blue. Cool breeze, blue water makes the boat ride worth. It was a cool, calm and relaxing ride. I enjoyed it to the fullest..took few shots to capture the memory. In sometime we reached the island at sea mouth where we could sea Chillika meeting Bay of Bengal. We got off the boat at the island and went across the island ...
... steps. It was so mortifying and actually made the men run away!
After I recover we head out to explore Puri and see what Holi day is all about. Before we even leave the hotel we get painted in these dyes. As we walk down the street we get plastered with more colours as we go along. Everyone is so happy and in the party mood shouting Namaste and Happy Holi! We walked down to the beach and it is rammed with families and children playing in the surf. The beach also has horse ...