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... us. We explored the site for several minutes more before crossing the other street to Krishna’s temple that was being renovated. Eric took the opportunity to snap a photo of a woman in a neon green (the colors they wear are always so cool!) sari before our auto returned with a new driver (the original driver’s brother) to take us to our next stop. We again all climbed in and held on as the little auto sputtered, ******, ...
... indian finest having to suffer through the heat with our knees and elbows covered again and hit the hot pavement in search for a local spot for lunch. It is great fun to walk into a place seated full of locals and watch the head bobbles and whispers take off. The stares and curiosity can certainly be entertaining. Watching us fumble through the menu asking a ton of questions in broken English before ordering I would have to admit is probably very entertaining. Even more so ...
... fears; our first choice of guest-houes, Nagila, was closed. Or we assumed so. After poking her head into the next one along we ended up at Gopi. I wasn't keen right from the start, but Lauren couldn't be bothered dealing with finding an alternative. The price, RS 200 ($4), was also difficult to refuse. Either my initial reluctance was confirmed or my first impression tainted the later experiences. The restaurant fronted a picturesque rice paddy. Theoretically pleasant, ...
... we went exploring in
search of the swimming pool, roof top bar, gym and spar which the
receptionist has encouragingly told us about to find...a gunge pool
of green slim and many derelict rooms which were something meaningful
once but we couldn't work out what with old sofas and broken massage
chairs. Our exploration even took us to the lift shaft and motor
houses completely open to anybody who wanted to see. Feeling shocked
we decided to go but me ...
... details on the carvings. The mind boggles at the manpower, and no doubt injuries that it would have taken to build these. They date back to 500 AD. The highlight being the Vittala temple which is 2km walk from the main bazaar down the river. This is best done early morning or late afternoon when the temperature is cooler and you can catch the sunset.
There is no alcohol in Hampi, or meat for that ...