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... grotty to say the least; we watched a woman throw a whole load of rubbish in upstream, just a few feet from where people were bathing and no one seemed to mind at all! India!
Our driver from yesterday Ravi keeps saying that; when something doesn’t quite work out, or seems crazy to us, he just smiles, shrugs and says "India"…. Guess we will have to start getting more into that mindset!
The morning was spent in the swing chairs reading and sorting ...
... than 150 to 200 rs if you are alone or two do not hesitate ask fellow travellers to share the rick with you. it is always nice to save money and meet new people on travel. i did:) :) not that i saved a lot but it got me lucky. the fore wheel of the rickshaw broke out on the way, the rickshaw was for a moment out of control. but Javed our driver really manouvered and managed well. we hit the divider, but had it not been packed behind we would have fallen out and ...
The overnight train was fine and we arrived in Hospet at 07:10. First order of business was to grab a milk tea and then negotiate our best deal with a tuk-tuk driver into Hampi. Our hotel room wasn't quite ready that early in the morning so we had breakfast at the Gopi restaurant on the opposite side of the street. Great Indian food with spicy eggs and by the time we were done our room was too (our hotel guy literally yelled across the street to ...
... before all 15 bananas we long gone. All along the way, monkeys big and small leaped from trees and stared down at us with suspicion. Up top, the little white temple had beautiful views of the lush valleys below. In the evening, I watched The Grinch on our tiny laptop to celebrate Christmas Eve.
The following day was Christmas! We spent our time visiting all of the amazing temples and ruin sites in Hampi. Many of the locals would tell us ...
... day that we, along with 2 Germans we met at the hostel, hired mopeds and formed a terrifying bike gang. After getting lost and taking the scenic route (a 22km roundtrip) we finally reached our first intended destination - the lake and jumping spot. After several jumps of the 6m rocky platform we started up our beasty bikes (Rob needed a bit of help with this each time) and headed towards Hanuman (the monkey god) ...