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After Mysuru, i headed to Hampi (pronounced Humpy - good name for a camel). It was a long and uncomfortable overnight bus ride that, in the end, resulted in me sprawling out across the back seats of the bus. Even though i felt every bump from the poorly conditioned roads back here, it was more than worth putting up with the harsher ride in order to get out of the stuffy and cramped conditions i was in at the front. I managed to get some sleep, although i was awoken a few times ...
... the crowds or the shadow of Hampi. It's simply too hot. I want to see the sites further afield so bravely sign up for a cycle tour first thing in the morning. It last four hours with a government guide for a fiver. The rest of the early afternoon is dedicatd to lounging in the hammocks with a chilled coke nursing my forehead ... I know, the things I do for spiritual growth and fulfilment.
I must have been in a half dream when someone shakes me out of the hammock because I ...
Über Hampi habe ich mich absolut gar nicht informiert, muss ich ehrlich gestehen. Ich habe nur von vielen Leuten gehört, dass es sehr angenehm, schön und ruhig sein soll. Und das Hampi aufgrund der Berglandschaft die bekannteste und beste Stadt (angeblich auf der ganzen Welt) für 'Bouldern' ist. Umso mehr freue ich mich über die ruhigen und hoffentlich entspannenden Tage, die mir bevorstehen.
Um 5:45 erreiche ich die Stadt. Überraschenderweise belagern uns nur sehr ...
... silver jewellery from Jaipur. On the way through the village we ask Venky to stop at a reliable travel agent so we can organise our way out of here in a couple of days. Half an hour later, job done, we continue through the narrow, crowded dirt lanes of the village until we emerge onto a road skirting the river.
Here the true beauty of Hampi is revealed. The river meanders along a gentle valley, flowing around giant boulders and megalithic constructions. A large set of ...
... problems in a lovely, safe environment with massive crash mats everywhere. I'm not very good at it. I also have a problem with actually getting down once I'm up there, probably because I'm inherently scared of heights. If there isn't a really easy route just next to the one I've climbed to get back down on I end up clinging to the wall whimpering, "Guys? Where do I put my feet? Guys? Guys?!" Outdoor climbing is completely different with no ...