Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Hampi
... a while longer, just relaxing and hanging out, maybe go back to the dam and swim some more, but the pace here in southern India our travel pace was a little faster.
When you are traveling around it is fun to see who visits which places; for some reason a lot of Palestinians and/or Israelis visit Pushkar and, apparently, Hampi. And I, apparently, look like an ...
... I hadn’t walked two minutes when I heard someone playing guitar inside a doorway. Glancing into ‘Gali’s Musical Instrument Shop’ I saw what was apparently Gali himself strumming around, while a few folks sat about. As soon as he saw me he beckoned. “Do you play?”
I noticed a collection of hand drums including one nice-looking djembe. “Maybe a little of that,” I pointed to it. A friendship began as he handed it over ...
... in the neighbouring enclosure whose snoring was a form of choking. At minute intervals through the night he would experience what sounded like a violent bout of choking. Just when you thought he would not do it again….choke choke choke! I have never…ha ha ha
We arrived at Hospet Junction at 5:30 and on our way out the train noticed that there was a ticketless floor sleeper at every sleeper enclosure. Not sure if it is a ...
... century. It is revered as one of the greatest medievil Hindu capitals the country has ever seen. In the late 16th century, the city fell to the Muslim rulers of the North during the battle of Talikota. As a result, the once great city and all its monuments were abandoned and left to decline under the ravages of time. Present day, Hampi is a UNESCO world heritage site and a charming little hamlet hugged at its northern end by the Tungabhadra river and surrounded by a ...
... to political nepotism: a politician and his commercially based brother - allegedly.
However today has been set aside for temple trawling. It's bloody hot and sticky here so I'm not too sure how long that will last but it's one of the main reasons why I came here. A lot of the temple structures close to Hampi are under some kind of renovation/ reconstruction work. It is extraordinarily dusty here and also very popular. We spend about an hour walking around but don't get ...