Shelter Beach Resort

275, East Coast Road, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, 600104, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 275, East Coast Road, Kanchipuram.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanchipuram

    Connecting to the Heartbeat of India: The Temples

    A travel blog entry by travelbugbecca on Dec 21, 2012

    9 photos

    One of the aspects about India that has always fascinated me, is the reverence for their religion. For most Christians in the West, Christmas or Easter are seen as times to attend church as a family tradition (sometimes begrudgingly) and observe the rituals for that time of year. India, however, is vastly different. Religion and culture are one in the same. As in most religions, there is always a wide range of dedication that comes with each person and what they choose to partake ...

    The literally non-stop adventure

    A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Aug 18, 2012

    ... arguments by Vruti to the manager. Unfortunately time was against us as we had a bus to catch and the delays had significantly impeded our progress that we could not argue the measly discount that was offered and chose to leave amount cash for the correct items on the receipt before storming away.

    Had we have realised that the evenings meal would have been an indication of later that evening, Vruti, Katharina and Maria may have considered taking a leaf our of ...

    Goodbye India

    A travel blog entry by issyking on Mar 08, 2011

    ... there was only one big shop down one side and a small food court down one end. But we'd bought tickets to "The Fighter" (didn't know anything about it except it had won Oscars) so we had to wait 1hour and a half for it to start. 5 minutes after the scheduled start of the movie, a guy came in to tell us that they'd only sold 4 tickets so the movie was cancelled. Great.....

    Apart from that, the rest of our time went fine in ...

    Vedanthangal

    A travel blog entry by trainsnotplanes on Jan 26, 2011

    73 photos

    ... on the road, it merely altars the avatar of its manifestation. Instead of the incessant thumping of the steering wheel to bring forth the horn, the headlights become the weapon of choice. As you approach empty bends in the road, as you spot another vehicle coming towards you along a straight, as you sneak up on a dog or a cow or a pedestrian it is not sufficient to assume your high beams (or the noise of your engine) will be enough to signify your presence. No. ...

    My tourist day

    A travel blog entry by philspencer31 on Sep 23, 2010

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... asked if I wanted a tour guide, I gracefully declined but kept talking. Again, as soon as I told him I was doing charity he was very friendly and offered to show me around for free, but again I declined. Inside was the nicest church I’ve been in, and there was an Indian congregation praying, and I was offered to join them so I did. It was a very nice experience, and I could feel the peace inside this church compared to outside the walls where it was ...