Travel Blogs from Khajuraho
Le Festival de Danse
Nous avons pris part au festival de danse classique indienne. Les danseurs sont très maquillés car même les visages dansent, tout particulierement les yeux.
Leurs costumes sont splendides : brillants, très colorés, et les robes tournoyantes.
Nous avons assisté à l'ouverture du festival avec la pré …
We left Orchha by local bus, we stood up the whole journey and haggled for the local price. We then took a bus from Jhansi bus terminal to Khajuraho, or so we thought... After confirming that we actually had seats on the already crowded bus we sat there for 45 minutes before it even left. When it finally started moving it took us 7 …
400kms and another overnight train later (this time it was some 4 hours late) we pulled into the misty train station of Khajuraho, home of the most intricate temple art in India (otherwise known as the Kama Sutra temples). Today also happened to be Aza's birthday and so we had purposely booked a nicer hotel for the occasion!
WARNING: Viewer discrestion...this one's not for children or shy adults!
As promised, the train conductor woke us up at 5:30 on Tuesday morning, as we were pulling into Khajuraho station. We rubbed our eyes and once we figured out what was going on, we were thinking: "Oh ****….we gotta get all our stuff together and …
Having saved a night in Tala we needed a place to stay in Khajuraho. Lonely Planet did its stuff and we arrived with a couple of possible hotels in mind. The first looked fine so we checked in and checked out the beer – very refreshing. After a quick shower to wash the dust off, our longer than expected journey, we had an excellent meal and …
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