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

    ... indian/rave music we had heard entering Puri. As we went outside there was a massive street party moving down the road everyone absolutely having it. This was our first encounter of party atmosphere since Goa and we duly dived into it head first. I’d had a few and was getting stuck in with my most ridiculous dancing, getting pulled here there and everywhere shaking hands. It was chaotic, even keeping my eye on Hannah was difficult. At one point I was sprayed directly in the ...

    Transvestites and Shitting Al Fresco

    A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... This was a fairly accurate representation of most of the tourists in Puri and so I didn't talk to many of them, preferring to chat with the locals instead. One of the hippy westerners I did like was an old Scottish lady called Helen, with whom I ended up chatting to, at first admittedly, mainly so I wouldn't have to speak pigeon english for a change. She'd travelled India for years and then decided to give something back to the country by helping out at a leprosy home, which ...

    Puri, Raghurapur, Konark & Nolia Sahi

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 01, 2015

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    ... of a problem than we do.

    Afterwards, we checked out the hand loom emporium where I drooled over some exquisite textiles, all natural fibers.

    After that, we continued on our walk and eventually came to the heavily advertised Handcraft Expo which turned out to be disappointing. Most of the crafts were poorly made. The venue was a one story building built around a beautifully ...

    Chennai to Puri in the State of Orissa

    A travel blog entry by margom on Feb 10, 2013

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    ... lagoon. In the monsoon this lake reaches 11,000 sq kms and in the dry season 600 sq kms.
    1 million migratory birds nest here each winter mainly from Iran, the Himalayas and Siberia.

    Sunday, 10th Feb day 64

    Puri - population 150,000
    We arrive in Puri, another holy pilgrim city. Religious life here revolves around the great Jagannath Mandir with the population swelling to a million at festival time. Another attraction is its long sandy beach with its usual ...

    Sweating My Bindi Off

    A travel blog entry by ssilvers on Apr 17, 2011

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    ... servants and parts of which date back to the 12th century, only to be able to take a couple pictures of the onegoings from the top of a library in a nearby alleyway, seeing as we aren't Hindu. Not terribly exciting and it's a bit impossible to get a full understanding of the spiritual significance when you're stuck beyond the walls with the screaming people, constant stream of transport, 100 degree heat and probably 10,000 people trying to sell ...