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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Khajuraho
Spent very little time there but was enjoyable when I did. Nice rooms and breakfast served its purpose.
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WARNING: This blog post is for mature eyes only.
Today we got up, had breakfast at the hotel and then we went
to the Exotic Temples in Khajuraho. Just walking into the gated park where they
are, I was stuck by the beauty of them.
Originally there were 85 temples, but today only 22 are
left. We did an in depth tour of …
On Saturday, June 18th we left for Delhi by train. We arrive that night around 11:30pm, and just went to the hotel to pass out before getting on the train at 6am the next morning to leave for Jhansi.
We got off the train in Jhansi, were picked up by a gentleman and put in a car to head to Orchha. There we stopped at Orchha Fort for a …
... the position of one of the hands (Vishnu) and the face (Brahma). We did arrive at this temple in time to witness this spectacle and Sonu seemed to be in raptures by the sight of it. It was very beautiful and the sandstone of the temple and statue glowed a variety of different colours as the sun reddened but as non-Hindus the moment was slightly ...
... the man does the masturbation while the others watch, and only cover part of their eyes” “Here, the man is very tired and lays down while the woman performs oral sex”, “in this one the man is not so tired, what number do you think this is, YES it is 69!, and this one is 71, and here we have 73....” and on and on and on.... His descriptions of the giant orgy scenes were hysterical too. I so wish my grandma in England could have ...
... we of course envisioned some sort of laser light extravaganza and it was obvious from the moment we sat down in the plastic lawn chairs provided that we had set our sights just a little too high. What we did see was in fact a history lesson about the temples, basically a repeat of all the great information our guide gave us that morning, along with some spot lights used to light up the temples. To be fair it was really neat to see the temples at night and while we ...