- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that in India, sometimes its best not to concern oneself with these issues. This time we entered a different part of the town and suddenly found ourselves in a handicraft street. Each house specialised in a certain craft, mostly in weaving. the scene was truly colourful as these crafts people had hung their wares outside their homes illuminating what was a drab traditional farming street. It was a strange sight seeing cows wandering past huge collections ...
... traditional instruments and sang Kutchchi songs. Except for ‘jhoolelal’ neither of the songs were familiar to us. We realized within no time that both of us do not have taste for such music and hence didn’t really enjoy the show much. Such musical acts are supposed to be the highlight of ‘Rann Utsav’ and yet, after attending this one, we were sure that we don’t want them anymore.
‘Narayan Sarovar’ was our first spot for day 2. It ...
... for the wet market area, all the action was at the established shops. We did see the moustache wearing men in white turbans and dhotis socializing in the streets and women in black, with colorfully embroidered aprons, shopping for gold, silver and fabric.It was less exotic than we expected. Many women gracefully carry their shopping bags atop their heads! After an hour, we drove back toward Bhuj taking the detours on ...
... the capital of the princely state of Kutch in Gujarat. As we approached the city on the ring road, we saw remnants of an old wall high upon a ridge. Once in Bhuj (pronounced Butch) finding our hotel was tricky because of the meandering alleys and lanes in this spread out city. But everyone seemed to know Gangaram Hotel and pointed us in the right direction. It is hidden near Bopal Gate in ...
The next day saw us driving to Kalo Dungar (Black Hill), the highest point in Kutch. Kalo Dungar affords one a panoramic view of the entire Rann of Kutch. There is a Dattatreya temple there, and also a BSF post. Per se, I didn't find the destination as interesting, photographically, as the journey there from Bhuj, so I shall focus on the journey here instead.
The road from ...