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

        Shiny Happy People :)

        A travel blog entry by rubeshoops on Apr 28, 2015

        ... It turns out there was some big festival on and this was why it was so manic, we made the sensible decision to just walk around the temple and take in its majesty from afar. It really was amazing, and was a little gutted we weren’t going to get inside to have a closer inspection. But it was brilliant all the same.
        The rest of our time was spent chilling in Puri, the heat has now got so strong and with only having a week left in India before a faster paced 4 month in SE ...


        A travel blog entry by vinkor on Jan 25, 2015

        25 photos

        this morning I rent again a bicycicle and came back to the Golden Sand Beach that I had occasionally discovered yesterday evening.
        I have walked before along the walk adjacent to the beach, going sometimes behind the hotels where there was a city 'of shops, beggars and bazaar.I took the opportunity to buy a strange cotton shirt for just one euro, just to increase my luggage.Then I walked on the beach and I walked in the ...

        Puri, Raghurapur, Konark & Nolia Sahi

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 01, 2015

        2 comments, 143 photos

        ... beach at the Nolia Sahi fishing village less than a kilometer east of the Chandrabhaga beach parking lot. Small wooden fishing boats constantly arrived with their meager bounty of the sea. They were then immediately surrounded by women who checked the catch over, negotiated a price, and carried the fish in large metal buckets on their heads to the market or the processing shed where the fish was packed ...

        Touring the state of Orissa

        A travel blog entry by eddim on Feb 11, 2013

        69 photos

        ... very quickly that they had been in the rice wine for a few hours before we arrived and were having a really good time. Moving on we walked through some rice paddies were some women were knee deep in mud planting rice seedlings. After a stop for lunch by the river we continued walking to a village where the Mali tribe live. The village was very quiet compared to the Paroja tribe as they were all out in the fields working and of course there was no wedding ...

        Kolkata and Indian trains

        A travel blog entry by tobyh on Apr 05, 2011

        ... huge numbers of rather handsome Victorian buildings, most now in various stages of terminal decay. I’m not sure if it’s just incompetent neglect, or deliberate neglect where the government is just waiting for them to collapse so they can erase evidence of British colonialism and replace them with modern concrete blocks, Whichever it is, it’s an awful waste.

        They have, however, maintained and preserved the Victoria Memorial, a splendid and ...