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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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... a chickpea spice mixture sprinkled ...
... the 12th centuries in the same style as Angkor Wat (Khmer). Originally there were 85 granite and sandstone temples built by the Chandela Rajputs, and 22 are still in existence today.
The outside walls of the temples have beautiful carving and reliefs of Karma (Love) Sutra (Making), court life and battles. There were also pictures of Shardool who was a mythical animal which depicted the struggle of desire. The temples have ...
... agitated gentleman (and I use that term lightly) who was attempting to inform me that I was in his bed and to get out. He left with Mark's not so polite admonishments while he, in reply, was off to get the conductor to turf me out! Add to this the vocal support of the child and our night was decidedly exciting.
Despite all we arrive in Delhi at 5.30 am to fog and the most fantastic bedlam that this city can offer - oh for that ...
... heading back to our hotel. The Spanish guy mentioned that he had been travelling a lot thanks to "Home Exchange" which is sort of a social network enabling people to exchange their houses with you. When all the details are set up you go and stay in somebody's house, while the same person spends his holidays in your house. The whole idea sounded quite interesting so we decided to check it out.
Day 3: February 25, 2014
After breakfast we headed to ...
... was growing up. I am sad she did that, and I don't think she would do that anymore. The male are really huge and tall and the female are really tall too, but more tan. We saw a whole family, a few males, and lady antelopes on a date. Then the best part of the trip happened and we saw a jackal boyfriend and girlfriend together in the field. They look like the softest foxes ever. Later, we saw one of them munching on a morning snack. We saw more of the gray monkeys having family ...