The Shiv Nautica

Address: Survey No.202 & 205/2, Mundra, Gujarat, 370 421, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Survey No.202 & 205/2, Mundra, is near Aina Mahal, Kutch Museum, and Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Mundra

Calcutta to Jamnagar

A travel blog entry by bevbag on Jul 29, 2014

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I have an internal flight today to Jamnagar in Gujarat state. Flight time is about 2hrs to Mumbai and then about an hour in the airport before an hours flight to Jamnagar. After yesterday I had a relatively early night as I had a cab coming at 4.30 to take me to the airport. Travelling domestically in India can be an enormous source of frustration and or humour. Some airports are worse that others. Kolkata, or Calcutta as I prefer, was a breeze. They ...

Day Nine - The largest refinery in the world.

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Feb 25, 2014

We started today off with a cheese toasted sandwich. Interestingly when we asked for a cheese and veg. Sandwich we received just cheese and with the cheese sandwich we received cheese and veg... We found a bit of reverse psychology was in order. After breakfast we set off from the hotel and departed the interesting holy city of Dwarka. Passing inurable stray cows, a blessing (consequence) of the city's religious importance. As we left Dwarka we waved goodbye to the lovely beach ...

Shaam-E-Sarhad

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 22, 2014

5 comments, 8 photos

... The staff who are all residents of the village are wonderfully friendly. After dinner is finished, then there is a bonfire under the stars and the village musicians belt out as much of Kutchi folk songs as you like. You recline on a charpoy and listen to the sounds wafting around. If you like a rustic , but very comfortable experience, it’s a great place to come to.

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Gateway To Rann Resort

A travel blog entry by kalindijoshi03 on Apr 21, 2013

34 photos

... and some photographs of the family members receiving awards from highly honored personalities such as ex-president Dr Abdul Kalam. Younger brother of our host entered with a demonstration kit to explain us the art which had won them such high accolades. As we understood from them, we were to witness basics of ‘Rogan Art’. The word ‘rogan’ stands for oil. The art is named after castor oil-based paints which are prepared by the artists using natural ...

Mundra, staying on a Chicoo Plantation

A travel blog entry by bird_dream on May 02, 2008

21 photos

Lately, Christina and I have experimented with a web networking franchise called Couch Surfing as a way of meeting people and seeing new places off the normal tourist track. It has had wonderful results. It is amazing how a chance internet introduction leads to a face-to-face meeting, and then precipitate's into a cascade of equally wonderful meetings which takes you inside the homes of so many generous people, and into a view of India ...