Majali Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Today was another nothing day in Gokarna. Basically we're now just killing time before we head north to Mumbai. The original plan was to spend the week in Gokarna relaxing in a nice beach hut with a comfortable bed, good Wi-Fi and alternating between lying in the sun and swimming in the ocean. Unfortunately as Steven previously mentioned we had arrived at a ghost town where our accommodation of choice has been ...
... We arrived in Gokarna to find it is a ghost town. After being told Palolem was “closed” and finding it still operational we expected these beaches to be the same. It really wasn't the same. Nearly all the stalls were shuttered up and auto-rickshaws had been abandoned by their drivers.
We decided to save an expensive lift to the beach and just walk it. In temperatures teasing 40. With full gear. Up a hill. It was ...
... overnight train to Jodhpur.
Jodhpur is often called the Blue City after the colour-wash of the old town houses. We only stayed one day in Jodhpur which gave us enough time to visit the Meherangarh Fort. Most of the Indian monuments, forts and museums feel older than they are and are often accompanied by very poor explanations on what is displayed etc. which contributed to a certain 'fort fatigue', but thankfully this fort was one of the better looked after Indian monuments ...
... few like minded travellers, the odd group of Indians, jewellery sellers and The Fruit Man. This gentile fellow wandered up and down the beach from mid morning carrying a basket full of pineapples, melons and coconuts on his head. He was a firm favourite of the resident cow population, one of whom would soon appear out of nowhere when The Fruit Man set down his basket and began chopping. They would then wait patiently, having staked their claim, until he lead ...
... and started threatening the driver as he said I would have no other option than to take a tuktuk. I told him to get lost and that I had no money. The driver who wanted to help me drove off and stopped around the corner so there I could easily get in the car. For now just some things about India, what I have experienced. India is a very spiritual place, maybe not so much even with the local people, but especially with the tourists you see here. I really didn't expect this. The real ...