Camellia Hotel & Resort

Address: Prantik Shantiniketan, Shantiniketan, West Bengal, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Prantik Shantiniketan, Shantiniketan.
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    Travel Blogs from Shantiniketan

    India: Reflections on a country

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 12, 2015


    ... stare. They stare so much they trip over their feet, or walk into one another. Most of the time it is directly into your eyes, an impenetrable gaze that feels incredibly awkward, and it is impossible to snap them out of their hypnosis - we have tried everything from saying no to waving at them to manically moving around to jog them out of it. There is even a law in Kolkata against staring to a point that "offends a woman's modesty", but it is of course impossible to ...

    India: West Bengal - Kolkata

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... the roads and green grass running alongside. The heat had turned humid again, a difference to the dry temperature of Delhi, so we were sweaty messes within minutes. We crossed the road (with the aid of traffic lights and pedestrian crossings!) and our feet moulded into the tarmac - people with real shoes on were leaving footprints through the road as the tarmac melted under the strain of the weather. We walked through markets selling piles of knock off Ray ...

    Kicking Kolcata - AKA Calcutta

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 11, 2015

    33 photos

    ... but this was ok. The roads are horrendous despite the late hour and then traffic doesn't even stop for trams. A bit silly given they can't swerve out of the way. Our hotel was down a tiny street again in backpackers district, I can't stay anywhere else, I get bored too easily. Calcutta is not cheap for accommodation (Indian cheap I mean) and I am getting Indian fussy now. If I pay over £30 for a room ...

    Back Down the Ganges

    A travel blog entry by fread on Mar 03, 2015

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    ... at Mayapur, again a different side of India, a huge Hari Krishna Complex, ISKCON, funded by Henry Fords grandson to the tune of 50M, just crowded with devotees as major festival starting today, all very awesome. We have been having various "lectures" on Hinduism, the Caste System, the River Ganges, arranged marriages, suti, wearing a sari and a turbin, and also a cooking class, and the generally ...

    To the South and The Ganges

    A travel blog entry by fread on Feb 25, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the pilgrimage and teaching centre of Hooghly Imambara, built in 1841-61.
    By now I can certainly see the sense of "temple socks", to use on removal of shoes, avoids black feet!! When we disembarked, or should I say clambered ashore, the staff were very innovative providing a hand held bamboo pole as a handrail!!

    Back on board to our wonderful comforts of a good meal, Indian wine, and a good nights sleep!

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