No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ashiana Jamnagar
Travel Blogs from Jamnagar
... talking to people about him made me realise that in reality, he is not fully loved and had many flaws.
In the afternoon we went to a stepwell nearby, which is a large structure for water storage. We decided to go without the drivers, so Tanya drove instead. This may have been a slight mistake just because when we got there, people were so taken with the visiting white people that they all wanted pictures in the stepwell with us, particularly Tin-Tin. Alex managed to avoid ...
... the gods. This religious ceremony was on a second location, a little outside of town. The best part of the night was the enormous amount of presents the bride got from all the women of my family. They lined up and presented their presents one by one.
Of course there had to be a celebration because of the upcoming wedding: this was the party on day three. On this day the ceremonies were about blessing the future couple. Cars were driving ...
After a long overnight train we arrived at Jamnagar on Monday afternoon. Our first impression was that it was a small town very similar to Mombasa.
We spent the first night at a Dharamshala before heading over to Laltamasi's house for two more nights. We had a great time with them, visiting all the sights and tasting all the local delicacies (the ghugra were amazing!) Jamnagar was more of a social call ...
We moved on from Dwarka, heading for the desert city of Bhuj in the Rann of Kutch.
With the train only going as far as Jamnagar we decided to make a stopover there.
We went to Dwarka station by horse and cart, something we soon regretted when we saw that to make the horse gallop the driver was whipping it and leaving sores on its back.
It was about a three hour journey to Jamnagar and once there we checked into a very basic hotel near the bus station, somewhere to hang out and ...
... those I see in Mecca. Like Malacca, many merchants here practice Islam and the culture is centered around the religion. It is very different from home, but I enjoy being around people who share my beliefs. I am very sad to leave this place tomorrow morning, but am also excited for my next stop.
AP World textbook pg. 367, 371-372
The David Collection