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TravelPod Member ReviewsBundelkhand Riverside Orchha
Excellent hotel in beautiful setting directly on the river, friendly staff, friendly Maharaja owner. Stay a few days. Take a bike ride in to town to see the sights (Hotel can arrange). Make sure you get a riverside room.
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Travel Blogs from Orchha
... plants where women in colorful saris added a touch of glamor to the landscape.
Upon wishing that we could stop just for a few minutes and admire closer these fields, we did much to my delight. Prateek must have read my mind!
... paintings adoring the walls were visited.
We now had the rest of the day at leisure. While some of our travelling companions remained here, Michel and I slowly made our way back to the hotel.
By taking the path through the marketplace and then the temple, we avoided the hagglers along the road who were waiting for us like hawks.
... the palaces, you can venture further and explore more historical ruins up to the river bank. With the guidance of a local teenager (bizarrely named Vicky), I was able to walk out to the river via hidden foot trails. Vicky could have been infatuated with me - he wanted to hold my hand and spoke effeminately with me. When we stopped at the river for a rest, Vicky even serenaded me ...
... 3 and tricks and buses cross while we stand on the lip of the causeway with about a foot spare as they pass. Tonight we attend the Ram Raja Temple, it's a Hindu temple and we have to remove our shoes and socks, plus anything leather has to be left eg my belt, and anything that comes from a dead animal ( other than one that died of natural causes ) cannot enter a Hindu Temple. The reason for no shoes or socks is so that the spirits can enter through the souls of your feet. We see a ...
... friends and begin to chat. The Indian woman are very shy they don't say much to us and their English isn't good, sometimes it takes encouragement for them to reveal their faces from their shalls. The family we are with consists of two brothers and their two wives one of which has two children and the Australian lady I will call Jane out of respect for her privacy. I had an excellent night with this family, I really enjoyed myself and talked freely feeling at ease but we also learnt a ...