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Après 12 jours à Hampi, je suis de retour au village de Kodi Bengre. En fait, on est maintenant au Thonse Health Center, c'est moins cher: super chambre avec toilette privée, 3 repas inclus pour 10,50$ par jour! Joie! Bonheur de retrouver les amis, les enfants, la mer, le surf, le bon manger du village (poisson frais)... Ce soir on …
Hi, it's Lucy again. We are now in Hampi and it might be the most beautiful place in the whole world. I was actually a bit reluctant to write about it on here because I don't quite know how to describe it (you should read my travel journal: corny as hell.) Unearthly might be the best word. The landscape is made up of strange mountains of tumbled, …
... out to around 950 rupees per room per night, July being off-season for Hampi tourism.
And thus, we set forth on a rented cab to Hampi. It took us nearly 9 hours to get there, owing to two incidents of flat tire & patches of bad roads in between. And then we saw a page from history text-books come to life around us that was Hampi - ruins of a grand dynasty that once existed. Quiet and serene, there is a ...
... There were building sized boulders dropped along and in the river that created small pools where the water would gather before hurrying along its path. It was so peaceful. The river's current was very slow but because it was wide you could still hear it singing the song that only a river can sing. The pools or sections of water created by the water created natural baths and we had so much fun watching the local families ...
... have fit multiple Chevy Suburbans. We tried to imagine what a sight it would have been to watch dozens of the creatures wandering the grounds clad in their royal outfits. It was really cool. Kitty corner to the Elephant house was a small structure. It was a small temple that had been turned into sort of makeshift museum that housed different artifacts/sacred stone carvings. We climbed the steps guarded by a sandstone elephant and ...