Hotel Khajuraho Ashok

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, 471 606, India | Hotel
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An education!

A travel blog entry by valetroy


Went to the temples at 9am. What an education they were! Extremely explicit!! With animals too!!! And remarkably well preserved for over a thousand years old.
Crepes at the Med for lunch and an afternoon by the pool followe by more retail therapy - 3 lampshades each for 500rps. Donna is a demon haggler, 20 worth of silver for Nici and some …


A travel blog entry by valetroy


Left Gwalior at 8am and the countryside became greener with every passing mile. At an army base we saw soldiers on parade in full dress uniform - marvellous hats, Star Trek trousers and spats. Like something from the Raj.
First stop Datiya. The unbelievable deserted palace of Raj Bir Singh Deo, which could and should have been used to film …

India - Khajuraho

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... temples:

  • Vamana Temple. The temple was built during the Chandela dynasty around ca. 1050 – 1075 A.D. It is another example of brilliant temple architecture. Dedicated to Vamana, the fifth incarnation of Vishnu and also the first incarnation where Vishnu came in a full human form (in the the form of a dwarf brahmin). The exterior of the temple has double walls with intricate carvings of apsaras in various sensual poses or other carvings depicting everyday ...


A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc


... outside work and at the same time I felt the strongest to make the decision to go. Kind of an ironic combination, but it is how I believe I was at the moment. Much of it had to do with the courage I realized I had after living in Chile and breaking away from everything I knew and learning so much I never knew I needed to know. Much of the strength came from patience I had to gain at a job ...

No sex please, we're British

A travel blog entry by twovines


This morning we are due to visit the temples of Kharjuraho, famed for their abundance of erotic art forms. Unfortunately I have not been well during the night so it's another fasting day for me. Since we both ate the same last night I can only put it down to the lassi I drank. Mental note, stick to plain water in future. I could happily have stayed in bed but know I will regret it later if I miss this place - it's a world class site and it wasn't easy to arrange transport here ...


This hotel, located in Khajuraho, is near Khajuraho Temples, Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi, Mahadeva Temple, and Devi Jagadamba Temple.
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