Shelter Beach Resort

Address: 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

    The weekend

    A travel blog entry by hanket on Dec 04, 2013

    10 photos

    ... for a couple of swings - I won't say anymore and let your imagination do the rest. Royalty certainly knew how to make bath time fun time! We went to a carpet shop where we were shown how rugs were made by hand. The shopkeeper went to great lengths to tell us of this great craft and the amount of time and skill was involved. Anyway the usual sales patter came into force and half an hour later there were several rugs laid out in front of me. ...

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by silvercascade on Jul 29, 2012

    ... time, the name Mamallapuram
    got corrupted into 'Mahabalipuram' (there is another story about a King
    Bali, from whom the name might have been derived). Several Chinese and
    Roman coins from 4th century AD found here shows that this has been an
    active spot for global trade in those days. It is said that before the

    Crocodile Tears and Mamallapuram Jeers

    A travel blog entry by nyckelly3 on Feb 05, 2011

    69 photos

    ... this paranoia of being bit is going to kill me quicker that the bite itself.

    There were a lot of school groups out today, and most of them were amazed by our white skin. Little boys would come up smiling with their polite “hellos” anticipating our response. Little girls would come up and pinch Kasia’s arm and this strange gesture continued throughout the day.

    When we arrived in Mamallapuram our driver pulled over to pick up a gentleman ...


    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. ...