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... that still has a good view to the west. Meanwhile young backerpackers are arriving by the score and clambering over the boulders to the top. We can see them a couple of hundred feet above us, perched like monkeys along the top of the rocky ridge, while the sound of drums from their huge sunset jam session echoes across the valley. I wish I was up there too, but age, late nights and travel takes its toll.
Things to do in Hampi after dark: eat in one of the many restaurants is ...
Was woken up by a tap tappety tap on our door at 5:45am this morning by our taxi driver who was 30mins early much to Hannah's annoyance - she loves her kip. We were soon bezzing past mist covered rice paddies and random roadside cows as we made the 40min journey to Madgeon train station. Today is our first Indian train experience and the journey should take about 7.5 hrs to Hospet Junction.
We arrived pretty early and expected ...
... the ferry across the river and hired mopeds to visit the lake and the Hanuman Temple. The lake was beautiful but flanked with signs saying “No Swimming – Mind The Crocodiles”. The boatmen approached us in what looked like enlarged wicker dustbin lids waterproofed with tar. I said they were crazy paddling so close to crocodiles but they told us it was a local joke to keep people out of the water. We rode on through emerald green rice fields where teams of women worked ...
... the ruins. There are countless structures built in the 1500's found all over the place. We literally spent 9 hours driving from site to site and exploring rock temples. They were all fairly similar but pretty cool to see none-the-less. Check the photos for more details. The following day we lazed around doing as little as possible waiting for our bus to Mysore later that evening. Yet another overnight bus, yet another awesome city! We arrive early in the morning and find Olga ...
... yours truly] were on on a 40M climb to the Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, one of the eight holy mountains in India. There were signs it was a 'no plastic' zone; kept the water bottle hidden.
We just saw the temple from the exterior. It was an evident place of devotion to adherents. Camphor was burning outside. After being licked by two cows, we walked down. The hazy conditions did not make for great views of Mysore but they were decent enough. Some were marking ...