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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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... I told him I understood. He looked at me like I'd just told him I wanted to surf the train, goofy stance perfected, all the way to Jhansi as he charged me ₹270 and casually tossed the ticket in my general direction as is traditional when purchasing travel in India. I'm not gonna lie, I wasn't looking forward to this journey, I had no idea how it would work out. General class is usually one coach at the front and one at the rear, and ...
... to an area where some of his final products were displayed. Of course, no pressure here but how could I resist not buying one after seeing the living conditions.
Continuing on, we were now in an area of this village where women, young and old weaved baskets from reed and tall grass. No need to ask, one small basked was purchased.
Arrived around 10 am after a 15 hour train ride. Lovely resort hotel with a pool. Visited palaces built for Emperor Jahangir and only used once and the Kings palace decorated with paintings of Vishnu. While there we saw a new bride dressed in red for luck.
In the afternoon I had a message at ...
... took. The farmers killed one of the contractors and are still really angry. The rest of the contractors left at high speed and there are still all sorts of heavy equipment left to rot, and the locals have seen to it that they will never be able to be used again.
Gwalior had a lovely palace set high on a hill inside the usual walls. The palace was decorated with beautiful coloured tiles on the outside with many minarets. As we ...
... 75% of orchha population relies on tourism but it get irritating that people always wants money off you. In the temple a priest or equivalent puts a dot on your head and then wants money. A boy with learning difficulty shows you a view and wants money, the gardener forces and flower on you and wants some money etc etc etc drives you insane although I do get it. Once back at the hotel I had discovered this morning, to my horror, that my kettle had broken, its not that tea is ...