Traveling to a coastal area is totally a different feeling and it gives an immense peace and happiness to your soul of traveling. Having a friend staying in a small town of Karkala called mundli, two of us planned to visit his hometown for 2 days . It was Friday and I had an option to work from home that day, and later in the evening we had a plan to leave for Karkala situated along the coast of Arabian sea in Karnataka. We started our journey from Bangalore by 2 a.m. on Saturday after 4 hours of sleep. The Bangalore Hassan highway stretch is s straight road and it didn't take more time for us to cross hassan. By 6 a.m we had crossed the city and by 7 we were in sakleshpur, the city of roads with twists and turns. Gundya was our next stop to have hot tea and also a much needed break for my friend who was driving from last 6 hours. We reached mundli taluk in karkala by 11:00 a.m. and our friend was waiting to receive us in the main junction. The place around is covered with lush geen forests and just replicates the scenes from famous play written by R.K.Narayan, The Malgudi Days. By 12:00 p.m. we reached his home after a small tea break in the town. The house is situated right in the middle of local forest area of Karkala, and is typically a village style house. His parents gave us a warm welcome with a fish curry and a Dosa of coastal style with a fruit juice.