Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari
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... we boarded a local bus with no glass in any of the windows that trundled and bounced for 5 hours upwards until at about 5000ft altitude we eventually reached our next destination. Munnar is what is known as a Hill Station, one of the places that the British built in order to escape from the harsh Indian Summers. This particular one is a small town, surrounded by hills that are carpeted with tea plantations, glorious green forests, and more spices than I could have named ...
... when they on the gate between you and your room. One today was
sitting on the main street, on the floor literally at the feet of two Indian
gentleman who were having a conversation, it was eating a mango pip viewing the
conversation with other locals literally brushing past it on their journeys, it
had not a care in the world in that moment, as did the locals.
Anyway, as evening
drew near so the darkness brought dread, the dread of “The ...
The thing about weekend holidays, is that you have to take advantage of the short amount of time you have. And that's exactly what we did here in Hampi. We hired 2 auto drivers, and spent the day exploring every site there is to see. We saw temples (lots of temples), tombs, museums, ruins, statues and plenty of gorgeous views, and we remained dedicated to see everything even in the scalding sun and heat (worth it). Although finding ...
... i passed Achyutaraya Temple and the monolithic Bull statue. The views on this walk were stunning. I passed several temple complexes on the way, the names of which still elude me. In the distance you can see ruins on the banks of the river like they'd come straight from ancient Greece or Rome as well as stone tablet arrangements resembling Stone Henge. The main purpose for travelling in this direction was to reach Vitthala Temple. The temple is built on a sculptured ...
... calm. An elderly gentleman hooks up with us. He doesn't speak a word of English but keeps prompting us to follow him. He is neither a monk nor a temple attendant but he seems harmless enough but I recall Kung Fu Panda underestimated someone at a temple once with disasterous results too. We follow carefully.
The old man indicated a sunken well and a few temple artefacts that were ok. We even entered through a gate that was part of a fort like structure which was more ...