The Residency

Address: 208, Zone 1, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, 462011, India | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Bhopal

    Mans first creativity, budda stuppas and zip lines

    A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Nov 08, 2014

    17 photos

    ... cigarette and were about to leave when one of the staff tried talking to us. He was speaking really quietly so I told him to speak up but he wouldn't and the only words I got were "staff room" looking back at us sitting there surrounded by men and smoking away, lounging around watching tv all the things Indian woman do not do in public I wonder if he thought we were prostitutes, to be honest in that bar and the atmosphere I felt a bit like I should be a prostitute but I could not ...

    On the farm in Jaipur - but not for long!

    A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Aug 01, 2014

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... especially on the popular routes N-S and E-W. So I got the next bus available heading south and ended up in Bhopal. Not the best journey I've ever had - 18 hours overnight on a government rattletrap bus doesn't do much for your sense of humour, believe me. However, I stayed in Bhopal for 2 weeks working as a volunteer in the library of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic helping to index the ongoing court cases for ...

    Driveologue : Indore - Sanchi

    A travel blog entry by ashprak on Apr 21, 2013

    6 photos

    Brief history of Sanchi : The first Stupa at Sanchi was built by Emperor Ashoka , the great(273-236 BC) and a pillar , also called the Ashoka Pillar, infront of the Stupa . This is the national emblem of India. Ashoka was married to the princess of Vidisha, which is near to Sanchi. Through the next 12 centuries, various kings belonging to different dynasties added to the grandeur and expressed their devotion by enhancing the Stupas to make Sanchi one of ...

    Land of the lakes

    A travel blog entry by chris_and_laura on Apr 08, 2013

    6 photos

    ... 13p) each. It is worth visiting Bhopal just to come here. We walked back to our hotel via the large Upper Lake, which was a refreshing change to the smoggy, smelly streets. We definitely saw a more appealing side to Bhopal. On our final day we headed back to the lake again, this time to visit Van Vihar, which is not quite a zoo and not quite a safari park. We hired bikes at the entrance and cycled around the various ...

    Bhopal - The arsehole of India

    A travel blog entry by bogdan88 on Apr 06, 2013

    ... our train the next morning.
    Once at the platform, lo and behold who was waiting there, Dikshit! Again, non-stop with the questions and when we asked him what he was doing at our platform, at that time, he said he was waiting for his family to arrive later that evening. Either truly fascinated by us or just **** at telling the time, but in a nutshell one of the most helpful weirdo’s I’ve ever met, thanks for getting us out of Bhopal ...