Majali Beach Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... got a boat to paradise from half moon beach for rs150, thanks to Georgia's developing haggling skill. Paradise beach was a lovely little cove with a few people camping in hammocks and a man selling fresh fruit. It was nice but a couple of hours was enough for us. We were both hungry and the boat wasn't going until 12pm so we decided to hike back over the rocks and cliff. Georgia's flip flop constantly dis attached, however ...
... what looked more like a cardboard box on wheels than any means of public transportation and that was it, I was on my way to Ankola. Seriously, for every one person who has overcharged me or tried to rip me off or scam me, a tonne of people have helped me and not expected anything in return. Indians are generally a lovely bunch of people. Two buses later and a rickshaw driver who ...
... we waited for our food I surveyed the scene. Like Namaste Café, the Rasta Café was also a guesthouse. With cheaper rooms (we heard they were Rs100 each or $2) it was filled with hippies in ali baba pants with dread locks who were juggling hacky sacks, waving around balls on chains in a rhythmic fashion, swimming in the ocean, playing guitar, and interestingly… not eating.
We were served our naan bread after about 5 ...
... one night as it would cost the same as chartering a boat in the middle of the night back to the holy side. So for one night we were naughty kids drinking beers and seeing in the new year. We met some nice Israelis and 12midnight was a typical Indian affair with lots of confusion on when it was actually midnight.
Gokarna 4 January - ...
Hampi was hard to leave but the beach was calling so we took a night bus to Gokarna. Well what can I say about the bus - lucky to ...
... blows on count, rustling through the trees above us. Pure bliss.
We make our way past increasing steep curves of the hill, the path our guide, enjoying the serenity of our surroundings. We eventually arrive at a sandy shore, a small beach side devoid of human life. We walk on, slowly coming to a few sparse shacks, where we meet a fellow trekker following our path. Coming to the end of the path, we climb upon rocks on the shore, and make our way across its sides. ...