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... temples? People can get blessed by them, apparently.
We had a whole list of temples to visit, but after 3 hours or so most of us just gave up and asked to go back to the guesthouse across the river. The temples we visited were on the other side of the river in Hampi, a river that took all of 3 min and 10 rupee to cross. But even though it only took a few minutes to ...
... and sung all India over by the Hare Krishna movement of Hinduism. His situation is not unlike that of the Jesus Christ character from that Bible so many people like.
Just to be clear, our rickshaw driver was only named after the god Krishna. He was not in fact the very one. That would have been quite a surprise. So many people in India seem to be named after one god or another. Anyway, Krishna took us to the ruins on the south side of the riverbank. It took us nearly ...
... This 15th century domed and rectangular structure was built to house the Royal elephants. Opposite is a small museum showing various statues of Hindi Gods and Goddesses and slabs of broken away from various ruins with important carvings on them. This was as far afield as i ventured. My next locations start back at the Hampi Bazaar and follow the Tungabhadra river north. Before starting on the stone paved path that leads you through rock underpasses and the banks of ...
... located on the beach just opposite Hampi Bazaar. We found a spot for lunch at a well regarded river view restaurant. Yup, this town maintains the backpacker vibe and seems like a great alternative to Hampi. Service at the place we picked was awful and the food mediocre. Pesky flies bothered us too and we got out of there as soon as we finished.
... Fluss mit einem Boot überqueren muss, um in die wirkliche Stadt zu gelangen. Ich lerne eine Französin kennen, mit der ich versuche in der Dunkelheit den Fluss zu finden. Meinen großen Rucksack trage ich auf meinen Schultern, den Kleinen trage ich Vorne, in meiner linken Hand halte ich mein Handy, das ich mittels meinen GPS- Koordinaten hoffentlich zum Fluss bringt und gleichzeitig muss ich auf die Hunde achten, die uns bellend umkreisen. Wieder mal ein neues Abenteuer. ...