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... and push! :P but we finally made it to the top laughing as the auto’s tiny little engine cut out, exhausted at the top of the hill.
Our first stop on the loop was a giant field lined on both sides by these bizarre little bazaars. This site was supposedly one of the bazaars where the ancient locals would come to setup shop and sell fresh produce they had grown. There were hundreds of little stalls that extended for ...
... 8220;I wonder how much poop is in the water.” Probably a lot. I picked my way back down, finding some smooth river stones along the route which I skipped along the river. Elmi suggested I enter stone skipping competitions based on my performance.
We tired of sitting on the hard boulders and so headed back. No one could muster the energy to climb the hundreds of stairs to the Monkey Temple. Instead we just went back to Ever Green. Where Lauren and I ...
... precarious footing and a couple of deeper channels make this a risky endeavour. Instead a series of ferries are in place to take you across for a fee.
As we planned to stay on the quieter side we crossed the river on the ferry boats. This process is made excruciating by the insanities of India. For now it was deceptively painless as we had to run to catch the already packed boat. A ticket stall had been set-up a few metres away from the boat in the remains ...
... br> came to the rescue...twice (yes the manager behind the counter
recognised us and laughed). Glad to be leaving and after another
grunt from the hotel receptionist the next morning we headed for the
So we may have been ready to leave
Chennai but Chennai didn't want us to leave... Approaching the check
in counter we were politely informed our flight was cancelled with a
huge grin on her face and we began to laugh...this must be ...
Hampi is truly epic. I arrived via a moderately unoffensive bus journey from Mumbai via Hospet. Well it was unoffensive for me, the same cannot be said for an Australian dude I met called Adam, who despite paying for a double on the sleeper coach, ended up sharing with a rather large Indian chap who essentially, well completely, bribed his way onto the spare place.
Hampi is a temple city, that means ...