Nalapad Residency Mangalore

Address: Light House, Hill Road, Mangalore, Karnataka, 574001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Light House, Hill Road, Mangalore, is near Sultan Battery.
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    A travel blog entry by kayeg on Apr 04, 2014

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    ... by way of farewell!! Semi formal night and the parade of chefs as lots of people are getting off in Mumbai - not sure if this next sector through Suez is the most popular. Took the camera down to dinner as our table companions Malcolm and Kath are getting off as is our waiter Sandeep who is going on leave and very excited as his first child is due next month. The evening entertainment was a Dolly Parton tribute act and she was really very ...

    Our First Adventure out of Panca Karma

    A travel blog entry by courtenay on Mar 06, 2013

    ... ask any questions so we didn't quite know what had happened. However, the train had cost about 1000 rupees less then we were expecting to have to pay. I was nervous that meant we were in the unreserved sleeper class on the train, which I have never seen but have imagined in my head and it was not somewhere I wanted to be! We checked our tickets and it looked like we did have reserved seats, however, maybe in the sleeper class. So what if it was in the second to lowest class, ...

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    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Aug 08, 2012

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    ... majority of people also asked "What your name?" and "Where you go?". We lost count of how many occasions that people pointed down the road saying, "Bekal Fort 3km straight straight". Some children even took us on a short detour to show us their temple and temple snake. I had not previously realised that temples had their own snakes but you learn something new every day.

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    Sounds from the jungle

    A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Feb 24, 2012

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    ... moths so huge that a semi-resident australian guy referred to them as 'bats', and shimmering butterflies as big as birds. And of course, lots of pretty birds. We had a few good long days of walking, reaching the highest peak in the state, and beating our way through very overgrown paths. Bathed in a refreshingly cold swimming hole, and walked through a small bush fire. On one of the evenings, it was the yearly Maha Shivaratri festival of Shiva the 'destroyer'. ...