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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 sprung out of bed at a reasonable hour and marched straight down to the pool at the resort....to find that I had to wait quietly while they finished cleaning it. At 7:30am the sun was already baking down on me but this was the only time the water wasn't as warm as your average bath. I soon made a friend who turned out to be one interesting chap. He was a guru from the age of 13 and travelled the country and later the world. He now runs an ashram with his brother and has ...
... options. All meals are spiced or curried in some way and naan or the like goes with most dishes. I haven't eaten meat yet and probably won't, so it's been all veggies for me and starch (sorry Noaks). Hands down they are the best vegetarian dishes I have ever had. I'm still however wiping every utensil, plate, and drinking straw down before using it. We are all also cleaning our hands with sanitizer before meals, and so far so good :) you don't ...
... of Lord Ram as depicted in a mural on the wall of the hotel. Lord Ram is one of the avatars of Vishnu. He had 3 brothers, one that he was very close with. The story continues about how Lord Ram was exiled from his town. His wife was kidnapped and eventually when he rescued her he thought that she was impure and had her do the test of fire. The drive to the next hotel was a relatively short 2 hours, but this time around we decided to start making things fun by playing a ...
... can imagine the smell and the flies. We walked through a Muslim region of Agra which no tourists ever visit, as we looked into the sari shops, the locals stared at us and pointed, some smiled and waved. Our final evening in Agra we went to a vegetarian restaurant owned by the only female owner in all of Agra - sweetly her husband was very proud of her, her cooking and their restaurant, offering us free masala tea and their very unique naan made with unique spices and ...
... Geez, no sympathy here.
Because the treatments went long, we had to miss the 4:30 departure time to take sunset photos. But it was almost 6pm already, and it was time to meet up with the group to head out to the RajaRam temple to see the sunset prayer ceremony. We weren’t allowed to bring any large bags, camera’s or food into the temple, so we left all those things with Anu’s friend who owned a rooftop restaurant ...