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Hyderabad to Goa, First road trip.


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Hi friends,

Was planning a road trip since long time and finally completed it in Dec 15 to Goa to celebrate our 1st marriage anniversary.

Started at around 2.30 PM from Kompally took a left from Dulapaly cross road and continued to Allwyn colony to pick my friends.

It took us 1 and half hour for us to reach the outskirts of Hyderabad.

Then we continued on NH7, paid the toll charge of 100/-, it was awesome road till Bhutpur.

From Bhutpur to Raichur road is average with little traffic.After Raichur we opted the route via Sindhanur where we planned to meet our childhood friend. Raichur- Sindhanur road is not really good with lot of traffic. Reached Sindhanur at 8.30 PM

After dinner at Sindhanur at around 10.30 we headed to Hubli where we decided to stay. Sindhanur to Hubli road has no traffic as was late night, its a really nice and calm surroundings, by 2.30 we reached Hubli. My friend wanted to drive continuously but we stopped him and took rest for some time in Hubli and started again at 5.30.

From Hubli road is really awesome till Londa junction with beautiful scenery on both sides of the road. We stopped at Londa junction for a break. After Londa junction , road is not at all good with lot of potholes and dust. It took 1 hour for us to drive around 25 kms. Then the ghat area started which is of around 19 kilometers. It was a 30 mins way. At Mollem we paid Rs 250 as entry fee to Goa.

By 9.30AM we reached our Hotel in Benaulim, South goa.

Route:

Hyderabad --> Bhutpur --> Raichur --> Sindhanur --> Hubli --> Londa --> Mollem --> Goa

Unfortunately I couldn't take much pics. But will make sure I will be more informative in my next post... :-) :-) :-)

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Nice post Sam.

Click some pictures next time.

Goa entry @250/-,I felt it was bit high but after hitting the road I felt like it is worth it.

Road are narrow but are very smooth with nice curves.

Earlier it was very tiring at the last leg of the journey especially for Hyderabadies as most of the journey is on single lane roads.

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Thank you friends.Forgot to mention, while returning from Goa we stopped at Gadag for lunch at Hotel Annapurna, the food is superb there. We had veg thali and all items are yummy.

Good information @sam

Next time try to click some pictures flag

Keep posting and Drive safe.

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Hey Karthik,

Sorry for the late reply.We stayed in a guest house named Minria guest house at Benaulim. Booked through booking.com website,tariff is Rs 800/night.

It is like a home stay with room with AC and wi fi, there is no TV in the room, rooms were clean and the owner is very friendly.

It is very near to beach and food joints..

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