Majali Beach Village

Address: Majali Beach, Majali Village, Karwar, Karnataka, 581345, India | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Majali Beach, Majali Village, Karwar.
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      Travel Blogs from Karwar

      Dog Attacks and Ayurvedic Harassment

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Jan 11, 2015

      ... ball grabs happened) which I hoped I wasn't expected to pay extra for, I left feeling slightly abused. However I did smell fantastic so I guess that's an ok trade off.

      The next day, I walked in to Gokarna town and towards the town beach which is famous for being both the place Hindu pilgrims take a ritual bath before they venture to the temples, and for generally being a really ******* long beach. For some reason I came up with the crack pot idea ...

      A Little Slice Of Awesome

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Dec 01, 2014

      78 photos

      ... you learned in Rajasthan to get rid of them because they're being too ******* lovely! You can't ignore them. It'd hurt their feelings. And you can't be outright rude to them because then you'd feel like an utter *******. All of that western politeness you'd managed to supress in order to survive with your nerves intact comes flooding back. Dammit. It took me a ******* month to build ...

      Full-Moon Beach Balls

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 07, 2014

      7 photos

      ... When I returned I was completely soaked in sweat - sitting under the fan was pure bliss. The rest of the night was spent hanging out in the restaurant playing cards and eating. The highlight was our eventual commitment to trying the Banofi Pie. Having seen it on every menu in Goa and Varkala, but not having a clue what it was we steeled ourselves and ordered a couple of slices. We would demolish the entirety of the restaurant's pie reserves over the next couple of ...

      Gokarna - Om Beach

      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 04, 2013

      7 photos

      Our journey from Goa into Karnataka could have been a scenic railway route. As the train sped down the coastline towards Mangalore we passed sprawling fields of lush vegetation parading every possible shade of green, endless palm trees and wide expanses of waterways. We relaxed into our journey, enjoying the idea of leaving touristy Calangute behind and heading to a less discovered Gokarna reputed to be 'like Goa, before the hippies arrived.' However, our sense ...

      This is the Place of Inner Peace !

      A travel blog entry by thomas.varghese on Oct 23, 2012

      79 photos

      ... instrument), which causes us to produce a series of fast paced, energetic rhythms, a stark contrast to the nature of our immediate environment.
      The rest of the day passes by, and we gradually begin the tedious process of checking out, carry back our luggage to the bus stop, and wait patiently for our return to Bangalore. Gokarna is truly a spiritual experience; it takes one to a place to serenity and peace, where you find answers to the right questions.

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