Hotel Arch Manor
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... little courtyard, and (excellent) meals eaten with the family.
The children living on the farm were great to watch and be with; they didn't have much in the way of toys, but always had great fun inventing their own toys and games. One day two young boys spent a long time fashioning a sled out of some old tin, some rope and a few sticks, with go-faster branches and twigs tied on for decoration; onto ...
... the heat of April made the weather really humid, but the AC in the car kept the environment pleasant while driving.
There was a board entroute warning us of wild animals crossing the road but unfortunately we could not see any. The only thing wild on the road was the local buses driven at maniac speeds.
Reached Sanchi at around 12:30 PM and directly made to the MP tourism resort for lunch. As the weather was hot we decided to have a ...
... On our second day we caught a bus into the new town and walked up into the Shamla Hills to visit the Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (museum of mankind), which was a kind of tribal safari park with open air reconstructed villages showcasing the many tribes of India. The park was vast and it took us all day to see everything, including the excellent museum itself and many outdoor exhibits. An utterly unbelievable bargain ...
... something else, some of the worst sights and smells I'veever experienced with dead animals, raw sewage running through the streets (next to restaurants!). The people here were the most unfriendly and rude we had come across whilst in India; constantly staring, pointing and shouting at us and generally doing there best to make us as unwelcome as possible aware that we shouldn't be there. So we decided enough is enough and headed back to the train station ...
So we decided to leave Mumbai and head to Madhya Pradesh and the capital of Bhopal. Which is a complete **** hole. Make note there will probably be many bad words in this post. We arrive at the station and on approach hong the exit are completely engulfed by rickshaw drivers. We politely tell the first 8000 then just scream no at the rest. Our guidebook says this town is picturesque, only if you have cataracts and live in a cave would this be picturesque. Our hotel ...