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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      Gateway To Rann Resort

      A travel blog entry by kalindijoshi03 on Apr 21, 2013

      34 photos

      ... t find any signs of flamingos which we were so excitedly looking forward to. We took some snapshots of the lake and the delicate carvings on outer walls of temples. Before leaving the place, we had some ‘dabeli’. It turned out to be a good decision. ‘Dabeli’ was quite ordinary, but as there were no restaurants or eateries around (which we realized later) it probably is the only other choice apart from lunch served for free by the ‘Narayan Sarovar ...

      Kutch People and Their Handicrafts

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Dec 26, 2012

      83 photos

      ... in the town square of the next town and tried the Bhel, a snack with fried cereal type crispies, finely chopped onion and tomato, cilantro, pomegranate, corn with a squeeze of lime juice, today, served in a cone made of newspaper. The mixture or recipe depends on the area. Different ethnic groups appear to live in the same villages. The town is divided by ethic group into neighborhoods. The local people can ...

      Driving to the westernmost point of mainland India

      A travel blog entry by sidkun on Oct 26, 2012

      12 photos

      ... we proceeded to Lakhpat fort, in the middle of the day, and it was searing hot. My respect for the BSF jawans who toil at their posts day and night to prevent infiltration from Pakistan grew manifold.

      Our final stop for the day was Koteshwar, which is the westernmost part of mainland India. There's a BSF post here as well, and a BSF jawan from Hassan was delighted ...

      Our adoptive name is now Shivrastara

      A travel blog entry by gemem_asia on Dec 07, 2010

      1 comment

      we met an Indian family at Agra station about 2 weeks before and we decided to like them and trust them and take up their kind invitation to go stay with them.

      they met up from the bus and then it was like we had a new family! they called us their daughters within hours of meeting them. and in a lot of ways they were just like our parents; kind and caring and over-feeding and refusing to let us pay for anything! seriously, they even insisted on paying for ...

      Taken for a ride

      A travel blog entry by lizandkev on Oct 12, 2010

      8 photos

      ... going. We arrived
      as usual at a ridiculous hour with everything shut up. We then proceeded to walk around for 2 hours trying to find a guest house, hindered by the awful Lonley Planet map which i can only assume was of somewhere else. We eventually found somewhere and on their advice went off to Kutch Tourism to book a tour of the area. The man who owned the shop appeared to be an ok guy, and explained that for an extortionate amount we would get a car ...