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... It's very hot and very stuffy here. For a biker like me who's used to riding plastic spaceships with nuclear driven engines these little hair dryers have a lot to live up to. They couldn't have been more fun. I think it was the lack of helmet and probably any viable insurance that added the spice. Bringing up the rear and watching a troupe of ten identical mopeds tearing off up the track in a hale of dust brought the comedy factor. I think the locals were used to foreigners ...
... Eventually, several ropey looking buses of different grades thin out the crowd.
While we wait, an Indian guy starts chatting with us, the usual banter about Australian cricket and "Sheela" is an Indian name. His name is Guru, and before I can stop him he is on the phone to his mate in Hampi who is a rickshaw driver, telling him to meet Mike and Sheila at the bus terminus there. This sort of thing happens in India, all over Asia in fact, so rather than tell him no, and us ...
... speeds. By the time we got to what passes as a terminal here I was ready to disembowel the next tuk tuk driver to try and offer me a "free map" with the ******* gear stick.
Anyway, we shuffled down to the river with our new mate, Michael, and a hoard of other bleary eyed backpackers to catch the ferry to other side where we'd booked a room at The Goan Corner on account of the fact you don't drag your mrs halfway across the world to stay in ...
4. Shabri fed ber to Lord Rama at this place
5. One of the Capitals of Vijaynagar kingdom.... an imp trade centre of its times
How to reach Hampi:
Hampi has no direct connectivity. you may reach Hospet either by bus or train. it is approx 15 kms from Hospet. There will be many auto rickshaw calling for you once you get down. they will ask you exhorbitant fare charge to hampi like 300 or 400 rs. pls do not be fooled and must bargain. pay ...
... our arrival time. Together with another British guy, Arthur, we spent a few days exploring the countryside, climbing around the massive boulders, admiring the scenery and various temples, including climbing the many steps to watch the sunrise from Hanuman Temple, hearing harmonious chanting of devotees with a beautiful view over rice paddies, hills, rivers and boulders.
After a few ...