Sodder's Libton Manor
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... ruins scattering the landscape. The mind boggles at how these rocks got here and you can quite quickly make the leap to understanding why these rocks were turned into temples and built into important monuments because this feels like a special, almost 'out of this world' landscape. Hampi lies in the ruins of the now non existant city of Vijayanagara. Hampi was a thriving settlement of about half a million people until in 1565, when a group of Deccan Sultanates ...
... of what I was offering so the severity of the situation must have been bad!
I stayed there, sitting on my backpack in the stifling heat like an idiot with cars and bikes driving past me, locals walking behind me in front of me, some hovering around me with no intention of going anywhere, some stopped on the opposite side of the road as they took pictures and did their infamous white girl stares, I didn't care, I've been in India long enough for it not to ...
... day there soaking up the sun and playing in the sea. Our bike ride back was very interesting as we some how managed to get lost, we asked a few people for directions and managed to get back eventually but a completely different way. Later in the evening we met back up with Ryan and Ami and went to the burger factory and for drinks, before saying our goodbyes again as we are leaving tomorrow for ...
... chicken lollipops' which made us laugh. We had to buy some to find out what they actually were, turns out they were chicken drumsticks! They also asked if we wanted to order lunch but we didn't, when the lunch came round though we were very jealous as people were eating their tasty noodles and biryani. Luckily they had some left over so we soon snapped them up. We arrived at our hotel ...
... and you have to convince them you can handle it and won't complain (in Nat's case anyway, Izzy isn't quite up to the tolerance level of the Indians!). We got an early night as we'd booked a taxi for half six to get us to the nearest biggest train station for a train to Hampi. The train goes from Madagaon or Margao which is the same town but Indians have a habit of renaming towns and then not committing to it so it gets confusing as there seems to be 2 names for a lot of ...