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Engineering, it's not just a degree, it's a journey. A journey where you move out of your comfort space to face the world, meet all kinds of people, experience both heartbreaks and success but most importantly it's a journey where new friendships are forged which could last for your entire lifetime. We are in the very last phase of our engineering journey. The last three years passed by in a breeze, thanks to the pandemic, half of the time we were locked in our houses miles away from each other.

With just one year left of the engineering and having lost half of the time at home, we needed to do something to make more memories, and what better way to do that than heading out on a road trip. So here we were five friends sitting in a room, chatting with each other and one of us says, "Hey let's head out on a road trip", he has a house in Karwar so stay was sorted, the other said he could get his car so no fuss of renting cars and as always I was over-enthusiastic to drive and hence the plan was finalized, a four-day road trip from Belgaum to the coast of Karwar-Goa-Murdeshwar-Gokarna. Five friends, a localite from Belgaum and a big crypto enthusiast, myself, a driving enthusiast Marathi boy from Pune, a Konkani from Karwar with great flirting skills, a guy from Baddi, Himachal with great music taste (from right to left). Also, let me introduce you to the little head popping out from the basket and the fifth member of the trip who didn't have any say in the planning of the trip and whose sole purpose on the trip was to look cute. Meet Yellow.

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DAY-1



Alarms were set for 6:00 AM most of us woke up way before that and surprisingly we left around the planned hour of 7:00 AM. There are multiple routes to Karwar from Belgaum. One is via Khanapur-Dandeli through Anshi National Park and the other is via Dharwad-Kalaghatgi-Yellapur. We took the latter route for two reasons, firstly, the former route is full of ghats and narrow roads and not safe in the monsoons due to landslides, and secondly, we had to drop a friend at Ankola from where she would continue to her home in Honnavar.

The first hour of the journey till Dharwad went by in admiring the lush green scenery and breathtaking early morning views around the highway with some hip-hop/ rap songs playing in the car. This was the first time I was traveling on this route and it didn't disappoint. Just as we crossed Dharwad and joined the Hubli-Dharwad stretch we had to take the first stop of the trip, reason - Yellow got motion sick and puked on a friend's jacket and simultaneously took a dump in his basket, yeah it was just as gross as it sounds. We parked the car at the roadside and cleaned yellow and friend's jacket. We do have some pictures and videos of the scene but I think they would be a little gross to post here. Note for people who are planning a road trip with their cats, don't feed them for 4-5 hours before leaving for the trip, we learned that the hard way.

We continued the journey till the exit for Kalaghatgi where we stopped at a sweet store. Our Friend wanted to purchase some sweets to take home for recently getting placed in Mercedes, lucky her. Yellow was a center of attraction, people passing by were very interested in knowing more about Yellow. He was certainly fulfilling his purpose except for the earlier episode. I took the wheel from there and we continued our journey till Yellapur where we stopped for breakfast at around 10:30 AM. Our ride was a 2014 diesel i20 Magna variant and now I know why people were not fans of the older Hyundai's driving dynamics. The diesel motor has great pulling power but lacks the dynamics to complement it. This was the first time I was driving a car without ABS and it was a whole different experience. The suspensions are very soft and the car bounces a lot and given how uneven our roads are, it does feel like a boat ride inside the car. On the plus side, not a single pothole is felt on the body inside the car and the rear seat experience is quite comfortable except for the bouncy ride.

Moving on, we continued our journey till NH66 where we took a slight detour to Ankola to drop our friend. The road until now was a mixed bag. The scenery around is great but the same cannot be said for the roads and people driving on them. There are many good patches of road where you are comfortably cruising and out of nowhere, a pothole would surface. There is a ghat at the end section of this route and people get very impatient while driving here especially the KSRTC bus drivers. The route is filled with heavy trucks and overtaking them in the ghats is not easy. One needs to be patient and the truck drivers will give you a hand signal when it's safe to overtake them and if anyone is being impatient behind you, give them space and let them pass, they might be in a hurry to take a dip in the sea.

Karwar is around 40kms from Ankola and there is a lot of construction going on on this route. The roads constantly change from 4 lanes to 2 lanes. Karwar is a small coastal city just 8-9kms away from the Goa border. There is a port and numerous navy bases outside the city. A tunnel is being constructed which would bypass all these bases and considerably reduce travel times. We reached our friend's house at around 1:30 PM, served some food and water for yellow, and left for Goa but didn't take yellow because we weren't sure if he could take any more traveling. You can enter Goa if you're fully vaccinated or else you need to show a negative RT-PCR or the last option is to take an antigen test at the border itself which takes about 10-15 mins and is valid for three days and costs Rs250.

Our destination in Goa was Kamakshi Resort, Polem beach which is just 2-3kms from the border. The resort is situated at the seaside with literally no soul in sight, except for numerous dogs including a very adorable puppy. We had a little incident before entering the resort, you have to take a left and do slight off-roading to get to the resort. We missed the turn and while reversing the car, it got down from the road because there is a slight right curve as you reach there. The front tire was spinning helplessly and the rear left tire was in the air but the local house owner came to our rescue. The way he helped us, we probably weren't the first tourist to get stuck in such a manner. We pushed the car out and entered the resort. We spent the whole afternoon in the resort chilling and eating seafood and clicking pictures. It was raining the whole time and we thought our whole trip would be ruined due to it. We left for Palolem beach after the rain stopped. The beach is around 24kms from Karwar. You can even do some backwater boating there.

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It got dark by the time we left Palolem beach. We were first stopped at the Goa border for checking and seeing 4 students in a Bangalore passing car, they weren't very lenient with us. Every corner of the car was checked for alcohol. 100 meters away we were stopped by Karnataka police for checking the negative RT-PCR or vaccination certificate. Another 100 meters away, we were stopped again by another set of police officers who shouted at us to stop at the last moment and ordered us to close the gate so as we don't escape. An officer came at us with a torchlight and again asked us for vaccination certificates and my driving license. According to him, I had to show a -ve RT-PCR just because the address on my license is from Pune even though we had already told him where we came from. At one point he checked a friend's phone by flashing a torchlight on it. We weren't drunk but someone else surely was.

We then finally reached home after covering almost 320kms in the day and were all exhausted. Poor Yellow had climbed up the stairs but couldn't come back down. All his food and water were downstairs and he certainly was very happy to see us back. We bought food from a local Chinese food stall, sat and chatted about the day's incidents, and then dozed off to sleep.

Day 2



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Day 2 was going to be a late start. The only thing planned for the day was that we would go to Goa but where in Goa was not planned. Weather that day was nice and sunny and we left the house around 10:00 AM in search of a good place to have breakfast. We headed straight to Agonda beach where we expected to see some good cafes. This beach is adjacent to Palolem beach. We didn't see any direct entry for the public, instead, we had to park in front of one beach resort enter the beach through there.

Most of the public here was working on their laptops while simultaneously enjoying the peace at the seaside. It was extremely hot outside on the beach so there was no public roaming there. Instead, a couple of dozen cows were sitting and chilling at the beach. We ordered breakfast and sat there wondering what to do next. We had two options, one was to take a boat ride in the backwaters which would last about 45 mins, and the other was to head out on the road and explore nearby waterfalls. We decided to do the latter. So the plan was to head to Bamanbudo waterfalls from where we would go to Netravali Waterfalls and then to Madgaon for sitting and chilling in some cafe.

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Bamanbudo waterfall is situated right next to the road and hence accessibility is not an issue. It's a small waterfall and the water there is pretty white just like dudhsagar. It took around 45 mins from Agonda beach and the route is pretty straightforward. It shows the interiors of Goa and tells you that Goa is not just about beaches, clubs, and casinos. The road then continues straight to Netravali after crossing a Ghat. We had to cancel the plan to go forward as we had to return home early in the evening for some placement registration. Also, you need to trek for 30 mins to get to Netravali falls which were closed then due to rainfall. There is another tourist attraction at Netravali, known as the Netravali Bubbling lake. It is situated inside a Temple wherein if you clap in the vicinity of the lake you can see bubbles coming from under the water. Do note there is no network here except for the BSNL sim so I would recommend you to download your map offline for the route. If you are visiting from North Goa you need to exit the main highway from Madgaon which will take you to Netravali first and then Bamanbudo waterfalls after the Ghat.

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We left the falls by 2:30 PM and were wondering what to do till evening. Well, we decided to go back to Kamakshi resort on Polem Beach. The ambiance there is very soothing and peaceful. The food is also good and more importantly for us it was not very expensive. So we spent the rest of the afternoon at the resort. You can also stay there @Rs 2500 per night. Next, we went to Galjibaug beach which is famous for turtle hatching. It is a long coastline and again you won't see many people around. There is a board giving the direction for the beach after you cross a bridge if you come from the Karnataka side. You need to park your vehicle under the bridge and walk towards the beach for 100 m. South Goa is a great place if you want to want to enjoy the beaches in peace without any chaos.

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At Polem beach on Day 2
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Galajibaug Beach

Next, we went home and picked Yellow, and headed to Karwar beach to see the sunset and introduce Yellow to the sea. For Yellow, the sand felt like one big litter box. He was again the center of attraction at the beach and why not, you don't always see a cute little cat on a leash hopping around a beach.

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We ended the day by picking some very tasty Chicken Shawarmas and Veg and Non-veg Kathi rolls from the Taj food stall in Karwar city. You get all kinds of veg and non-veg food here and you must visit the place if you are in Karwar and need a quick snack.

Day 3



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Day 3 was going to be a long day. The plan was to first visit Murdeshwar early in the day and then spend the afternoon at Gokarna while returning.

We left Karwar at 7:30 AM all fresh for the day ahead. The roads till Ankola are a mix of four-lane and two-lane and this is the only slow part of the whole route. The roads ahead are great but the unpleasant part is that the roads are full of cows and dogs jumping around. The whole time they would chewing grass and just before you cross them, they would decide to jump in front of you. On the nights these animals decide to sleep right in the middle of the road. You need to be very careful because these pitch-black cows are not visible in the dark until you get very close and God help you and them if they are sleeping because at least their eyes shine due to light when they are awake.

Ok moving on, as we continued on the road we noticed that we had already done a considerable distance only to realize that we didn't see any signboard for Gokarna. We checked google maps and realized we had already crossed the exit for Gokarna way back. One might wonder why the Government hasn't bothered to put up even a small signboard to Gokarna which is evolving as an alternative to Goa for many people, given how crowded Goa is becoming day by day. Remember the friend whom we had dropped at Ankola the first day? Her house is in Honnavar which was on our way to Murdeshwar. Obviously, her parents wouldn't be very welcome of four guys had we gone to visit their daughter and so we were strictly told by her to not get anywhere near her house. Well us being us, we got into the town and passed by her shop above which she lives, took a video, and sent it to her to give her a nice scare early in the morning. Well to our disappointment she was asleep and the prank wasn't as successful as we thought it would be but it was fun nonetheless.

It was already 2hrs since we had left and our tummies were empty. So we stopped at a roadside breakfast stall. It seemed the place was quite famous among the truck drivers and general public. The food there tasted just like it was homemade. We had Puri Bhaji, Jalebi, Plain Dosa, and a delicious cup of tea, I know these are very common dishes but still the taste there somehow felt special. I would highly recommend this place for breakfast to people traveling on this route.

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The breakfast stall at Gunavante

After having a good breakfast, we headed straight to Murdeshwar. The skies that day were open and it was really hot that day. Since it is offseason, there was not much rush in the temple. Talking about the Temple, what a piece of architecture it is. The statue of Lord Shiva is visible from far away as you move towards the temple. The Raja Gopura through which you enter the temple is a 20 storied building that has lifts inside to take you to the top to have a look at the Lord Shiva Statue which is surrounded by the Arabian sea from three sides. The sight from above is simply breathtaking. We spent about an hour in the temple then left for Gokarna.

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Remember I had mentioned that there is no visible board for the exit for Gokarna? Yes, we missed that exit and went 5-6 km ahead only to realize that the maps were not reloading. We took a U-turn and returned to the exit. Our first stop in Gokarna was Om beach. The beach gets its name because it resembles the shape of the symbol of OM when looked at from above. There's a famous cafe known as the Namaste cafe you can visit. Next, we went to Kudale beach. You can either go there by car or take 30 min trek from OM beach to reach there. There are numerous shacks and resorts on this beach. We spent the whole afternoon here and one of us even got a tattoo.

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Made this little friend while our friend was getting a tattoo

It had been a very smooth trip until now without any hiccups, well what happened next was one big hiccup. The car parking of Kudale beach is at the hilltop from where you walk down towards the beach. From the parking, there are two routes to the city and only can be taken if you're in a car. The google maps were showing us the right way but we decided to take the other route because it looked shorter and autos were plying on that route which made me believe the route must be easier than what we came from. On route we asked at least 4 people if we could take that route, we didn't mention taking the car there but we were sitting in one and it was kind of obvious we were going to take our car there, but none of them warned us against that. Let me explain what happened next.

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The car parking spot

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So the blue circle you see in the above image is where we got stuck. Road until that point was wide enough for our car. It is a steep incline as you approach that point from A. Halfway through the incline we got the first signs that the road ahead was not wide enough for a car. There were houses on both sides and their stairs were eating into another half meter of the street from both sides. We then decided to take a U-turn by reversing into B and then turning towards A again. The problem was that there wasn't enough space and the fact that road B was at an acute angle to A didn't help either. At one point the rear right door touched the compound wall and we were dead stuck. We couldn't go forward or backward. By then a few locals came on their bikes and they too got stuck on both sides. The locals suggested picking up the car placing it back on road and that's what we did. All this happened in 10 mins but those 10 mins felt like an eternity but we were out albeit with some damage. I took the car uphill and stopped to see the damage. As our nerves calmed down, we headed back to Karwar. At first, the episode felt like an interesting experience of a road trip but soon the regret of not following the maps started to kick in.

As it was our last day in Karwar we decided to have some seafood. We headed to a restaurant called Amrut to have dinner. Hence came an end to probably the most eventful day of the whole trip.

DAY 4



Day 4 was the last day of the trip. We had breakfast at a friend's grandparent's house in Karwar and headed to Panaji to visit my house and have lunch there and also give some Prasad I had picked up at Murdeshwar temple. The distance from Karwar to Panaji is 88 km but it takes almost 2 hours to cover that distance. The roads are extremely narrow and curvy and there is heavy traffic. Then we took the Chorla Ghat route back to Belgaum. As soon as we crossed the Goa check post before the Ghat it started raining. Yellow was back with us in the car and he had a good day without any sickness as he had on the first day. We stopped at a viewpoint at the top of Chorla ghat, clicked a few pictures, and then continued till Belgaum. The roads in Chorla ghat are in a very good condition on the Goa side of things but there are big potholes in the Karnataka side of the ghat, big enough to swallow a car and I am not even kidding. Belgaum welcomed us back with some heavy rains, at one point the visibility was almost zero but we made it back home. It took us a couple of days to get out of the road trip phase of mind. The trip was extremely pocket-friendly, mainly because our stay and car were sorted. The four days were a nice change from the daily routine we had in Belgaum and helped all of us let off some steam. This was our first road trip in our engineering life but we expect many more to follow, not just during college but even after that, and yes we expect to take Yellow with us too.

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Yellow enjoying his time at my house

A little about the car:



The i20 was a good companion for the whole trip with absolutely no issues. The CRDi engine impressed me with the kind of pull it offers. You can even hear the whine of the turbo if there is no music playing in the car. The only downside I felt was that the engine has a lot of turbo lag under 1800 RPM and you have to constantly downshift in the ghat section. As mentioned earlier, the engine deserved better dynamics. There were times when the car understeered quite a bit but I got used to it. If I am not wrong, the generation of i20 which we were driving came with 4 disc breaks back then. The braking performance was adequate and there were multiple times when we had to use emergency braking, thanks to our notorious highways and people driving on them. The steering is a hydraulic unit that isn't as feather-light as the current Hyundai's but still light enough. The steering though direct but lacks any kind of feel and feedback. The suspension as I mentioned earlier is extremely soft and the car bounces a lot on the undulations on our highways. High-speed stability is good enough but the soft suspensions don't induce much confidence in pushing the car. One more negative is the thick A-pillar, it creates a big blind spot and I had to move left and right to get proper judgments of the curves. The current i20 is a lot better in terms of the driving dynamics, be it the steering accuracy, or the suspension setup, everything has taken a huge step forward.
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Awesome write up! Amazing journey! This brought back memories of when I was in university and would take drives and trips with my friends. It was cute to see your furry fifth team mate enjoy the ride as well after the initial sickness!
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Great narrative of the trip, hope you have many more such trips in the future :-)

From the vehicle perspective only Sportz and Asta variants for 4 disc brakes in that iteration of the vehicle. Also, they were EPS only, I dont think Hyundai had Hydraulic steering for any of the i20s. Might be wrong though!

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What fun reading this. Seriously brought back memories of college. But you guys really did it in style and the uncluttered joy, mischief and energy is very evident. Not to forget, you have a gift for writing too. The fun, taking a video of driving next to your friends house who was asleep and who explicitly asked you all to stay away can only happen at your age. More power to you.
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Hey #drivingFreak,
Reading your travelogue brought me back fond memories of our adventurous trip we had taken to Western Ghats back in 2018 as students. 8 Friends, 2 cars (My Ciaz and my friend's i20) both of which are sold
The best part of having a hometown away from city is that there's always a place to stay and no need to worry about booking hotels and all that headache, plus for students who are driving enthusiasts, fuel and stays eat up all the money.

I have a ton of memories driving the i20 and will always miss its turbo boost in the second gear and the way it picked up speed.

Here are some pics for your viewing pleasure from our drive to Bisle Ghat in Monsoon when there was no tarmac.

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My friend's erstwhile i20

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A small hut in the middle of nowhere

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That's me caught snapping Ciaz

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She's a stunner!!

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i20 gloriously handling off-road conditions

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My erstwhile Ciaz

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We randomly stopped here in the middle of nowhere, opened all the doors, played music loudly and all of us started dancing here



The trips we take in our college days are the best trips we ever take in life and I wish you many more!!
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Awesome write up! Amazing journey! This brought back memories of when I was in university and would take drives and trips with my friends. It was cute to see your furry fifth team mate enjoy the ride as well after the initial sickness!
Thank you so much

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Great narrative of the trip, hope you have many more such trips in the future :-)

From the vehicle perspective only Sportz and Asta variants for 4 disc brakes in that iteration of the vehicle. Also, they were EPS only, I dont think Hyundai had Hydraulic steering for any of the i20s. Might be wrong though!

Keep writing
Thank you, maybe you are right, the steering on my i20 2020 feels a lot different than the i20 we had which made me believe that it was a hydraulic unit.

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What fun reading this. Seriously brought back memories of college. But you guys really did it in style and the uncluttered joy, mischief and energy is very evident. Not to forget, you have a gift for writing too. The fun, taking a video of driving next to your friends house who was asleep and who explicitly asked you all to stay away can only happen at your age. More power to you.
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Hey #drivingFreak,

The best part of having a hometown away from city is that there's always a place to stay and no need to worry about booking hotels and all that headache, plus for students who are driving enthusiasts, fuel and stays eat up all the money.
This is so true
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Lovely article! I am going to use it to convince my wife that cats can also travel!
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Amazing Write up. Forgive me if I totally ignore all the other things and focus only on Yellow ! Such a Cute fellow! If I may ask, what breed is he?
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The locals suggested picking up the car placing it back on road and that's what we did.
Ok, I read this as "... picking up the car placing it back on the road and that's what we did..." so have to leave the glass on my hand this fine weekend.

Picking up the car??? PICKING UP THE CAR!!!

How does that even happen?
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Lovely article! I am going to use it to convince my wife that cats can also travel!
All the best, I hope it helps.

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Amazing Write up. Forgive me if I totally ignore all the other things and focus only on Yellow ! Such a Cute fellow! If I may ask, what breed is he?
Hahaha! no worries, btw Yellow is a flat face Persian, what that means is that he has a less grumpy face than normal Persians.

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Ok, I read this as "... picking up the car placing it back on the road and that's what we did..." so have to leave the glass on my hand this fine weekend.

Picking up the car??? PICKING UP THE CAR!!!

How does that even happen?
Ok my bad, I might have made it sound a little too easy than it was. We had 2-3 locals helping us to lift the rear of the car and place it on the road in line with the path.
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