Navarathna Hotel

Address: Main Road , Mangalore, Karnataka, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Road , Mangalore, is near Shivasamudram Falls and Belur Temple.
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Half way

A travel blog entry by annmarie123 on Feb 09, 2015

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Hello everyone Made it to Bangalore. We left this morning at 7 am and arrived at 3 pm. What a large city. We booked an ac bus to Hospet. Its a sleeper looking forward to how that looks like. We arrive at 7 a.m. we rented a room to rest till it's time to go. We book a cute little grass roof cottage close to the river and historical sites in Hampi. Till next time Lots of love Ray and Ann ...

Temples, Coffee plantations and Little Cities

A travel blog entry by maja.flower on Jan 13, 2014

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... monks walking around so far south (in the middle of winter here it is still between 30 and 35 degrees every day) . This settlement was started after China invaded Tibet in 1959 and has an amazing temple called the Golden Temple where we watched Tibetan monks praying.

After our temple pilgrimage we went to stay on a coffee plantation called honey valley estate for a few days. Its amazing how unimpressive the coffee plant is, it just looks like ...

Our First Adventure out of Panca Karma

A travel blog entry by courtenay on Mar 06, 2013

... you... Anyway, we made it unscathed, although seriously shaken up, to Udupi where we got lost and walked in an enormous circle to find the big Krishna Temple. When we arrived we took off our shoes and then followed the crowd in. We were kind of herded through very quickly, getting pushed along by the hundreds of Hindu pilgrims. We didn't really know what was going on or which deities we were seeing because of the pace at which we were getting shoved. There was some puja going ...

Day 3: End of God’s Own Country

A travel blog entry by pawanrajk on Jan 28, 2012

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... perfect start to our day. The Beach was a big surprise. It was about 3 or 4 KM long with almost no human presence or activity. This was the time to get into the waters. Ashish and I did. Alok clicked Ashish in various poses as he volunteered to be the calendar boy for us. The shoot took about one hour and ended up giving us some hilarious poses for our 'Kingfisher' calendar.

After more than an hour of great entertainment, getting wet and drying ourselves, I started ...

Accidents happen

A travel blog entry by 2009balitrip on Feb 05, 2011

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... to take off their shirts. The line moved quite quickly, and we were able to see the divine mother shrine then walked around the complex. We were the only westerners at the temple. This is a very important temple that most people from Kerala need to make a pilgrimage to in their lifetime. Next we took a short drive to a cave and small ashram to visit. We met a nice Hare Krishna man from Oregon who gave us a nice prasad (blessed sweet) to ...

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