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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 …
Our journey to Hampi will remain in my mind as the worst night of the trip so far (I hope we never have worse). Thinking back now, it is absolutely hilarious, but at the time, Dom and I were unquestionably miserable. We took a 12 hour, overnight bus to arrive in Hampi. I don't want to dwell on it, but the bus was completely disgusting; our "bed" was a hard slab, covered in dirty, sticky pleather. The bright lights stung our eyes as we attempted sleep, and we ...
... to take us anywhere we wanted to go. They are basically backstabbing each other for business these days and you have to be assertive to get them off your back.
Day 1 was all about walking around the temples, scrambling over the stones and getting a feel for the place before getting smashed on Rum and watching Zoe dance her socks off to Bell Biv DeVoe's Poison. The first thing that gets you is the working of the boulders and how, with primitive technology and hand ...
... only. Today I am in the sleeper carriage with three under 5 yr olds in the beds opposite, and an inquisitive student from kolkota asking my life story (glad of the fake wedding ring today!) My train arrived in a place called Hospet, a 13km rickshaw drive away from Hampi itself. I found a friendly driver to take me to a nice hotel which had its restaurant opposite. I managed to negotiate the room down to 600 rupees a night with a free cup of chai each day, which made the ...
... displaying a bit of his albino legs today. Matilda had on ankle-high nylons which looked dorky in sandals.
Our first walk ended at the Monolithic Bull, another depiction of Nandu. Mr Space Cadet started yapping about granite's radioactive capacity. We all had a good look at Nandu's testicles.
The surrounding views were improving as we climbed. Came across another Monkey Temple. The area afforded a nice view of another temple complex dedicated to ...