Hotel Surya Khajuraho
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The quiet and leafy village of Khajuraho was a welcome sight after our five days in Agra. We arrived by overnight train at 6:30 am and made our way into town for breakfast and to find a place to stay.
Khajuraho is a World Heritage Site famous for its beautifully sculpted Hindu Temples from the tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries. The …
A doua zi am luat avionul catre Kajuraho. Plecarea s-a facut din acelasi aeroport. Pe drum am facut si o escala la Varanasi, spre dezamagirea lui Iurie care si-ar fi dorit sa avem macar o zi aici. Vremea a fost buna, asa ca am reusit sa vedem si ceva din crestele muntilor Hymalaia. In plus cei de la Air India ne-au oferit 2 mese, pentru fiecare …
As Greig is only in India for 2 weeks, and there is only really the temples to see, we arranged to arrive and leave Khajuraho the same day. Our train arrived at a despressingly early 6AM so we decided to get a cheap hotel room to store the bags and for a quick nap.
Once we were refreshed and showered we headed out to check out some of India's …
Home of the Karmasutra, we arrived early in the morning and found a really nice place to stay, Mima did her first yoga, and came home doing her hmmmmm thing, we went to the Temples, no special prices though! And I read and relaxed, most of the time!
There are three sets of temples with the West being the best as they are …
I persuaded Scotty to make an extra stop on our way to the east coast and spend couple of nights in a village of Khajuraho. He said he was "templed out" hence he would read his book whilst I would explore the temples.
I liked the first hotel we checked out and managed to persuade Scotty (again!) to take it rather then looking around. As …
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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