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- Continental Breakfast
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... some energy for their backbreaking day of work. All for 150 rupees a day!
Dad and Annie have just been soaking up the tranquility of the place and haven't really ventured out. They seem more than content though!
Holi is in a couple of days and looks like me and Hannah will head to the other side the night before so we can see the fire ceremony and be in the thick of it. Hope to get a load more done before then, then the plan is to head to Mysore. It's a hard ...
... the taxi trip to Vasco de Gama from Anjuna. Hospet is the main center but does not hold a lot of interest other then higher end accommodations. We stayed in Hospet in 2012 but this time decided to stay in Hampi as we wanted the total experience of the Hampi Bazaar. There are over 3600 temples and monuments spread over a 36 sq km so it reminds us of Pagan in Burma in 1989. The ruins are divided into two ...
... ghats, leads down to the water's edge where dozens of women are washing clothes, the colourful garments spread out on the stone steps to dry. Across the river is a fringe of palm trees and beyond that, mountains of those enormous golden boulders dominate the horizon. It's quite breathtaking.
Our guesthouse is on the other side of the river, the so called 'hippie side' and we get there by way of a small, overcrowded launch that weavesetween the boulders in the river. All the ...
... nearly drove us into a shop and I think a small quantity of my shattered nerves are still strewn out along the north Goan coastline. You could get a tuk tuk driver to take you around but even this far into my trip I still haven't got the hang of haggling and would still rather walk several kilometres in the searing heat than have to deal with it. Orrrr you could rent a bicycle. Here's the thing about me and bicycles though. I don't cycle. I simply ...
... out and decided to walk around the place. Do check with your guest house if you need so.
The mangnificent Virupaksha temple. - do not forget to make a wish here if you can successfully cover the stone in between by joining tumbs and the index finger. i could but forgot to make a wish. next to the temple is the Hemkuta Hill place, a group of temples and straight from there we started walking toward the Vithala Temple. thats where you see the ols vishnu temple on ...