Sharma Resort

Address: Survey No. 98, Galpadar, Near Airport Crossing, Gandhidham, Gujarat, 370201, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Survey No. 98, Galpadar, Near Airport Crossing, Gandhidham.
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    Travel Blogs from Gandhidham

    Blue Moon, Salt Flats, Crafts

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jan 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... I met Kishor as arranged. I wanted to complete my handicraft village odyssey and, especially after the lacklustre crafts of the previous day, was pleased to see Kishor. He was happy to see me and we left straight away for Bhujodi.
    I had been a little disappointed not to see any of the Bhujodi craftsman on my fist visit with Kishor and was keen to change this. I don’t know why the first visit last month to this village had been a disappointment, but I ...

    Gateway To Rann Resort

    A travel blog entry by kalindijoshi03 on Apr 21, 2013

    34 photos

    ... rush of tourists was yet to begin. A camel cart ride, some photos in front of mannequins of camel and dinosaur and a walk in ‘Forever Kutch’ exhibition is what we did to enjoy the Kutchchi funfair. To add to the fun, we tried some bhelpuri, debeli and panipuri. Before returning to our hotel, we window-shopped in the craft village.

    By the time we returned to our hotel, its atrium had turned into the centre of musical action. We joined the audience. The local ...

    Kutch People and Their Handicrafts

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 26, 2012

    83 photos

    ... market in Anjar, 40 km east of Bhuj. Mr. Jethi told us 11:00 to 1:00 would be the best time to see Rabaris and Ahir people at the market. The highway was busy with traffic but it was nice to ride the motorcycle without the luggage. It handles much better.

    It took us about an hour to get to Anjar. It is a bigger and more organized town than we expected. We expected to find a big bazaar area for the market ...

    Back in the Saddle

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 23, 2012

    9 photos

    ... goats with women following behind with the household goods, lambs, kits, and babies and small children loaded on top of the camels -a fantastic sight. Being able to experience and see these amazing people with our own eyes is what I love so about globetrotting.

    We crossed the Tropic of Cancer.


    The walled city of ...

    Dholavira - lessons in town planning

    A travel blog entry by sidkun on Oct 27, 2012

    15 photos

    ... dresses, two red ones etc ..... and we're finished with the shopping.

    Besides, we were more interested in photographing the lady behind the counter rather than shopping - she was wearing a beautiful traditional garb with matching ornaments, so the shopping was just a way to humor her into letting us take her photographs.