Sea Gull Hotel

Address: Swarg Dwar Sea Beach Road, Puri, Orissa, 752001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Swarg Dwar Sea Beach Road, Puri, is near Lakes & Lagoons Tour Company, Ashtamudi Lake, Snehadhara Ayurvedic Centre, and Vembanad Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Puri

Coastal Experience By the Bay of Bengal

A travel blog entry by justgosomewhere on Apr 21, 2014

7 photos

... that we again boarded the boat and left for Satpada. Even though weather was warm , but in midst of chillika there was cool breeze which kept us refreshing throughout the boat ride of around 4 hours. We reached back Satpada around 3:30 and quickly hopped onto our cab to leave for Konark temple. We wanted to reach Konark before sunset. On the way back we did stopped at one or two places as the scenic beauty of the villages in between and crab farming was too attractive. ...

The Backwaters of Kerala

A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Jan 24, 2014

42 photos

... why, as it would be incomprehensible to go for an aimless walk. As a result we had a gaggle of amused curious kids following us for the whole of the walk. Kerala is completely different. People, although interested in us, are laid back and didn’t seemed to be surprised by someone going for a walk in their beautiful lush green village, even our strangle little scruffy mixed family.

Despite the backwaters being the biggest ...

Boating on the Backwaters

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Nov 22, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

During our stay at the house - we arranged a boat trip along the backwaters via Sujith the House Manager. We had 4 hours and had the boat to ourselves. A lovely relaxing afternoon , not that we had done much else the last few days!

The scenery is so lovely and its peaceful. There are a lot of house boats but it is quite a touristy area.We passed coconut trees, banana trees and then the most amazing sight , in the distance ...

Down wiv A-LE-PEE yeah you know me!!

A travel blog entry by the_muzzas on Mar 25, 2012

1 comment, 25 photos

... with just water for refreshment, all along the banks are communities going about their daily life, men fishing, housewives gutting fish and doing the washing, kids larking around in the river, everyone calling 'Hello, how are you today?'. One odd thing was at lunchtime speakers along the bank started broadcasting music from the local temples at 02 Arena type volumes which shattered the peaceful environment somewhat, it took an hour or so to be out of earshot.


Happy Holi

A travel blog entry by tillyandpercy on Mar 08, 2012

39 photos

... rides...a slight step up from the British donkey rides. The beach is full of rubbish and fishing boats shaking their nets full of glistening silver fish. An Indian local lady approaches us and asks us to follow her into a village right on the beach full of winding lanes. Like a slum but probably considered smarter. Different families and kids around every corner, being washed and going about their daily lives, flys everywhere. But again everyone is so friendly and happy, ...