Hotel Samudra

Address: C.T. Road, Balukhand, Sea-Beach, Puri, Orissa, 752002, India | Inn
 
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This inn is located on C.T. Road, Balukhand, Sea-Beach, Puri.
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      Travel Blogs from Puri

      The Ride from Secumberbad to Puri

      A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Feb 11, 2015

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      ... at the side of the road for a snack,we very soon had a crowd round us,one of the guys had a rather large camera,and then is mate turned up with a video camera,they were from Indian Television and wanted to film us! Eventually setting off again,we came to our turn off,only we missed it by about 50 yrds,stopping "You can get down that banking" Jenny said. On getting to the banking it looked abit Dodgy. "I'll get off,while you ride down," On reaching the bottom I sat ...

      THE INCREDIBLE BEACH AT PURI

      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jan 25, 2015

      25 photos

      ... walking barefoot along the shore.There were many camels decked with colorful fabrics, made available to Indian tourists, horses and so many people, since it is sunday but also many tourists especially coming from Bengal and Calcutta who find the ideal destination for their sea holiday. At one point I pulled out my swimsuit, Speedo, scandalizing the shy Indians, most bathe fully clothed or with long pants.The waves are ...

      SECOND DAY IN PURI-ALL DAY TOUR

      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jan 25, 2015

      20 photos

      ... later. Cells were Jain ascetics lived turned into holy temples some centuries later.The place is charming, everything looks like a monolith carved with various rooms and a few columns and many monkeys fortunately not aggressive. There is a staircase that leads up the hill from where you can enjoy a partial view of Bhubaneswar and a neighbor hill with other temples that we have not had time to see why there was still a ...

      Finally..a holiday!

      A travel blog entry by herenorthere on Dec 23, 2013

      20 photos

      ... roof you can see the grounds. Large and imposing, although half covered in scaffolding the temple paled in comparison to the library we were in. Locked glass fronted cabinets filled with old dusty books lined one wall with a few tables on the other. The completely dilapidated building was literally crumbling around us. We spent the next few days relaxing by the pool, having beers with our french Canadian neighbours and eating lovely fresh seafood. It was bliss, so peaceful, ...

      My first cultural lesson

      A travel blog entry by seturnbull on Oct 29, 2009

      8 photos

      Ok so that being ignored part was a lie. It was have just been cause it was dark and busy because I definitely don't get ignored. In fact it almost feels like I am a celebrity. Everyone is always staring and I’ve had lots of people ask me to take of a photo of me or with me. And then there’s the ones who are too shy to ask so you see them trying to take the sneaky shot but you can tell. I tell you what I thought if you had low self esteem then Ireland would be the place to ...