Majali Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Majali Beach Village Karwar
Travel Blogs from Karwar
... indian man, who had been seated next to us inside with his wife and baby, asked to see our ticket and directed us to the correct location for a general, no seat ticket. When the train finally arrived the back carriages were crammed so we found a top bunk on one of the many sleeper carriages and were told we could pay the difference. The tickets only cost Rs155 with a sleeper ticket costing Rs283. Each carriage consisted of rows of seats/ beds with up to three on one wall going up to ...
Today was supposed to be our last day in Gokarna. It wasn't. We woke up late as the big storm last night had kept us awake. The storm had also taken out the power which meant our fan didn't work during the night so our washing, hanging under it, wasn't completely dry. Plus, we're lazy.
Elmi and Emma moved into Namaste Café this morning and joined us for another ...
... to meet us at our place (Namaste Café) for dinner. DJ Flip (or DJ Flop as Emma named him) played some pretty obnoxious music from his phone whilst we ate. Also, a nice Nepalese man came over to borrow a light from Emma at one point. Shortly afterwards Elmi got up to ask a waiter for a bottle of water and without realising it he had asked the same Nepalese guy. A shocked reply of 'Me?!' and it dawned on Elmi that who he was speaking to...awkward. ...
... cooked an amazing feast of rice, veggies and chapatis over a wood fire. We slept under the stars and... it was freezing but the moon and the stars were incredible.
The first few weeks in India have been marked by lots of train travel which both Tom and I have come to really enjoy as you meet many local people. We have mostly booked sleeper trains which means that you do have a seat/bed reserved, but you are often the only foreigner. By offering biscuits (bribes!) to ...
... us. The fourth shack, Sangam, offered concrete huts complete with ensuite bathroom, two windows and our own hammock for the bargain price of Rs 400 a night. Even as budget travellers we could see the value in that. As we collected our bags and bid another farewell to the Liverpudlian brothers who were actually staying on Kudle beach closer to town, we were treated to a glimpse of a mammal more suited to the beach habitat, a dolphin swimming in the aptly ...