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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Scenic Coastal Karnataka

A travel blog entry by aamhimitra on Dec 25, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

Hiralikar family went on winter vacation to Udupi and Karwar.

Travelled in KSRTC Airawat Club Class - a literally blissful journey from Pune to Udupi. Stayed in Udupi for 2 nights. Visited Malpe beach, Annegudde Vinayaka, Mookambika, Murudeshwar, Turtle beach.

Food we enjoyed: Chow Chow Bath, Banana Bun, Dilkhush, Ragi Dosa
Best restaurants: Woodlands, Mithra Samaj, Shantisagar

Our first disappointing port

A travel blog entry by kayeg on Apr 04, 2014

4 photos

Mangalore sounds so exotic and lovely but it is a very big city and the port where we are berthed is largely concerned with importing coal so our surroundings are not glamorous although the port authorities tried hard with a red carpet from the ship to the terminal building and pot plants along the way. There are even some lovely well tended gardens on the way out of the port. Sadly our bus had no air conditioning and it is nearly 38 degrees ...

Our First Adventure out of Panca Karma

A travel blog entry by courtenay on Mar 06, 2013

... didn't know about it. So, we were left with the big signs. The other really fun part is that the paper you have to fill out is at the ticket counter. So, you have to push past all the people in line (well, if you can call it a line, usually it's more of a mass of people who look like they are heading in one direction), reach your hand into the ticket window, and grab one of the papers. We managed to get a paper and then made our best guesses as to how to fill it out. When we ...

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 ...

Sounds from the jungle

A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Feb 24, 2012

19 photos

... of process. Thought I might purchase a sari for myself, but found that even the cheapest were over 100 pounds. They did have real gold woven into them, but I was still surprised.

In the bazaar, we watched incense sticks being rolled (one lady, 8 hours, 1600 sticks), and bought lotus flower oil to ward off mosquitoes (we can't testify to it's effectiveness yet, as we've been at altitude the past few days). In Mysore we also added another item to our ...