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... as there are less visitors there. We planned to visit the beach area in front of our hotel next morning as that was less crowded as we notice today morning. After and adventure of saving our sleepers :) , we had a cup of tea on beach as we were tired. Then we walked for sometime along the beach line and moved on to explore local Puri market. Its nearby the beach. We walked around the market and came to a sweet shop where we saw a specific sweet being placed in huge quantity ...
... with high risk of my swerving
into traffic since there was no way I could steer any of those I tried out.
Besides that, it was already mighty hot and humid, so I decided to skip the
bike ride and go to a meeting point in one of the cars hired to drive us to
Konark. Pulak guided us on one last village walk through a town that
specialized in several crafts, our last local culture experience in Odisha.
Puri is eastern India's most holy Hindu city because of numerous shrines and the Jagannath Mandir Temple. We arrived quite early from Chillika Lake and spent two nights in the city at a hotel near the beach and away from the incredible commotion of the holy parts of the city. Our visit to the holy shrines was by cycle rickshaw arranged by guide Pulak, a ...
... beg to get some candles so we could read the menu and then see what we were eating. I called it an early night but a few stay up taking in the bar experience. Our next overnight stop was in the town of Visakhapatnam (Vizag) where we had a decent seaside hotel (Hotel Supreme). The beach was not to appealing especially when I saw a rat come from under the promenade wall to eat a pile of discard dhal on the beach. At night as we made our way to dinner along the ...
... journey from Kolkata to Bhubaneshwar would be 1250 Rs (about US$28) in 1A, and 132 Rs (about US$3) in hard seat (the lowest class on that route). Each station on a train’s journey has a quota of tickets to sell for each class, for various stages of the journey. Thus, if you want to travel from F to Z in 2A on a train that started at A, you may find that the 2A quota from F is sold out, but there may be a 2A seat available from E to Z, so you backtrack to E to get that ...