Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... a plethora of colours bouncing around the sky and smacking you in the face. This was all topped off with an incredible drumming march by a few young indian kids. There were hundreds of people raving away to the beat and it really did transfer the energy and give me the life to dance away in the searing heat. God knows how they can continue with such high tempo drumming in the heat but they continued to ...
... Fluss mit einem Boot überqueren muss, um in die wirkliche Stadt zu gelangen. Ich lerne eine Französin kennen, mit der ich versuche in der Dunkelheit den Fluss zu finden. Meinen großen Rucksack trage ich auf meinen Schultern, den Kleinen trage ich Vorne, in meiner linken Hand halte ich mein Handy, das ich mittels meinen GPS- Koordinaten hoffentlich zum Fluss bringt und gleichzeitig muss ich auf die Hunde achten, die uns bellend umkreisen. Wieder mal ein neues Abenteuer. ...
... them. From experience, i know if i give them coins, they will only continue to ask for more and tell their friends to come ask me too. I also believe sugar is poison, so candy is off the list. I decide i can offer them a song. I start to sing: "Alouette, gentille alouette..." they love it and ask for more. We go through, if you're happy and you know it, and the hokie pokie, before i find their favorite. The itsy bitsy spider gets rave reviews and i'm ...
... who would run around the customers making a nuisance of himself and some pretty laid back cats that would set up camp on your lap all afternoon if they could get away with it. We finally peeled ourselves out of the sofas to catch the last ferry across the river and were serenaded by a drunk local guy whilst we waited to board – he was smashed, and was shouting about how India were going to win the Cricket World Cup ...
... 34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">So back in the autorickshaw we made way for the 16th century Vittala Temple which is supposed to be the highlight of the Hampi ruins and for 250 rupees gets you entrance to the temple not to mention some of the other museums and ruins in the area so relatively good value. The temple was pretty huge and most interesting, there was a school party there so it was super busy but ...