Chetna Hotel

Tin Batti Chowk, Jamnagar, Gujarat, 361005, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jamnagar

Thus spake the President

A travel blog entry by indigoite

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The power of construction is greater than the power of destruction – so said Dr Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India. It was on the occasion of the opening of the rebuilt Somnath temple in the early 1950s. What a wonderful thought , so eloquently expressed.

Somnath is the first of the twelve Jyotirlings, according to Hindu tradition and belief. The temple is on the coast, right by the sea and has been the site of a temple for a long long time. But ...

Four hundred and eleven and counting

A travel blog entry by indigoite

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... Masai Mara. Firstly, this is forest and not a savannah. Lions are so plentiful in the Masai Mara that on the second day you are actually bored of lions ! Not so here. The sighting has to be "earned" and you have to be lucky – probably a lesson in life itself, for after all, something is treasured only when it is earned and not when it is had easily.

Thank you Sher Khan. You made the moment ...

HHEELLPP

A travel blog entry by indigoite

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HELP !! I am too scared to post.

The trouble is, I don't know where the click button on my phone is ??

I shook hands with Sher Khan today, but tell me how am I supposed to take a photo of that while my hand is shaking (literally and figuratively) ?? So I didn't take a photo :(

How do I post anything with no pictures ???

Somebody help pleeeeaaasssseee :)
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Everybody loves Amitabh Bachchan

A travel blog entry by indigoite

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... day come and the score was nil. Finally on the fifth day, out came His Majesty and presented himself to the darling of Gujarat.

The story is told more than once to every visitor – of how “humble” and “nice” the great Amitabh was. If you are a fan, you are going to love it. If you are not, you are probably going to dismiss it. Either way, I thought I should tell you ...

"African" ? No surely not

A travel blog entry by indigoite

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... Wikipedia says they have preserved their dance form - Goma - but it didn't appear so to me. There was nothing remotely African about either their music or the dance and, other than their Negroid blood, there is nothing “African” about them. It's a shame that they are being used in this way for nightly entertainment of the unknowing tourists, but then who am I to judge –if it helps them to make a living, good luck to ...

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