Samfaz International

Address: Aysha Palace, K.S.Rao Road , Mangalore, Karnataka, 575001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aysha Palace, K.S.Rao Road , Mangalore, is near Sultan Battery.
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Travel Blogs from Mangalore

On Pilgrim's Heels

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Feb 28, 2015

33 photos

... the coffee plantation. I really enjoyed the lightly roasted Arabica and bought a pound. Recharged, we continued.

Today was one of those super scenic days that make me feel almost euphoric. No large chaotic cities to navigate through. Just blissful nature, sleepy villages, gorgeous gorges. Plus, the road surface was smooth and no speed bumps in any of the villages.

The ...

How it all started!

A travel blog entry by shrikanth on Mar 20, 2014

... come to Shimla. Or was it??? Nah! We took a different path! A SURPRISE for her. I don’t think anyone would have an idea of surprise being of this level! Well…..what do I say….we like to do things differently. So we contacted her friend Amit who was also studying in the same college doing his MBBS. Our aim was to create such a situation so that when we reach Shimla and leave for Manali and Rohtang the next day, even they should be able to come along with ...

Get your kicks on route 66

A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Nov 06, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... I moved the mighty impulse and was grateful for the heads up - top man! I took a brief walk around the local shops and purchased some energy drinks I saw for sale in the hope this would kick start me in the morning. On return to the hotel I had tomato soup that was orange in colour but tasted of nothing washed down by a beer. The bar was full of Indian men getting drunk and one in particular who seemed intent on using ...

First Day of Treatment

A travel blog entry by courtenay on Jan 22, 2013

... of material). Afterwards, I take a hot bucket bath. The showers here are all cold water. But, there is hot water available so you can fill up your bucket and bathe with it that way. I’m fine with the cold showers, partly because I’m too lazy to carry my bucket all the way around to the kitchen to get the hot water and partly because of my time at Kailash Akhara, where everyone convinced me the cold showers were good for me. And, I got pretty used to ...

2 days in Mangalore/Udupi

A travel blog entry by fleming.joseph on Jun 21, 2012

5 photos

... us, we drove towards Mangalore town to spend the evening there. Mangalore is a small city with decent traffic blocks as in any city during Friday evenings. Spend some time mainly window shopping in City Center, the biggest mall in Mangalore city. Drove to Lighthouse hill and other city spots around, the roads are mostly cemented here and few are steep too. Had a snacks for evening and drove towards ...