Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari

Bellary District, Hampi, Karnataka, 583 221, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bellary District, Hampi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Hampi

    An ode to the empire that once was !

    A travel blog entry by vineethavr on Jul 19, 2014

    20 photos

    ... 8220;Bro” dude!J).

    We rented out bikes for the day – thanks to the condition it was in, our bike kept swaying on the road and stubbornly refused to stop despite persistent application of brakes. We had two ways to reach Hampi city – a long drive of 40-45 kms or a short drive of 4 kms coupled with a ferry ride across Tungabhadra river. We opted for latter and drove down to the ferry point. ...

    Elephant's never forget... and neither will we!

    A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 22, 2014

    84 photos

    ... swing through the trees and eat bananas (I guess they really do like them!) The entire time we were in Hampi we felt like we were literally in the movie the Jungle Book. The monkeys, elephants, local music, women carrying water on their heads, even buzzards (no bears or tigers unfortunately...)! It's been fun to get out of a bigger city to see what rural India is like. We've loved it and would definitely come back again! ...

    Bizarre Bazaars

    A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 21, 2014

    122 photos

    ... end with some incredible views of the ancient valley. We followed a small footpath that led in the general direction of the archway but were disappointed though when it ended in barbed wire fences. We did find more ancient carvings leisurely lounging luxuriously in the middle of a field. On our way back towards the main complex we met Raj, a worker who was helping to clear one of the fields off in the distance. He asked Eric if he ...

    Relaxed vibe and bicycle rides

    A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on May 07, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... don't always get what you ask for...but you just have to roll with it! :) Later that afternoon, a few of us who weren't 'getting lazy' decided to hire bikes and go for a ride to see some local landmarks. Unfortunately, we're having a lot of rain in the South of India at the moment and it was tipping down. If we were sensible, we would've given it a miss. However, our guide is a little bit crazy and convinced Gill, Chris, Kylie and I ...

    Monkeys at Monkey Temple

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... of missing limbs. Mostly hands. I'm going to guess these are the consequence of snares. One monkey had lost both hands, but seemed to get along fine bipedally. And far from being a grotesque outcast he or she was a participant in a number of the cuddles. I am sadly amused by the fact that the temple where a monkey is worshipped as divine is surrounded by monkeys that have been victims of cruelty by the worshippers. And that these monkeys display a greater sense of ...