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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, ******, ...
... weekend to turn off your phones and watches and just let time drift by without a care in the world. It truly is refreshing! Xx) Speaking of refreshing the next best feeling is after a long drive, overnight train, tuk tuk ride, boat crossing and a 5km walk mid morning with a now most likely 35-40kg pair of back packs is reaching your guest hut and dropping your things and removing your soaking wet clothes to get into a cold pressurized shower!! After our longest travel ...
... br> current tuktuk driver but we soon left him and all was good once
The following day we decided to cross
the river and explore the other side of Hampi. Using the local ferry
service (a tiny wooden boat with a little engine on the back) we past
a bathing elephant and seconds later reached the other side. This
side seemed to consist of more restaurants, cafes and accommodation
but with a more hippy nature. Thinking of heading up to ...
... to stay in the main town. You can stay the otherside of the river where it is more lively but the last boat back is at 6.30 pm so we didn't want to risk it. We eventually found a cute little homestay with a lovely lady and her family. We waited for the room to be cleaned whilst sat on the roof terrace eating a breakfast of cheese sandwiches and crisps left over from the coach. She told us that monkeys often come by because stupid ...
... ride, we hobbled round the sights we had missed by getting lost the day before, even paying an extortionate Rs 250 (£2.50) to get into the most popular sight! We decided that what our aching bodies needed most was a relaxing swim in the sea and few chilled days on the beach. So tomorrow we will be up very early for the all day 11 hour local bus ride on solid wooden seats to the coast, stopping via every small town and village on the way. Wish our bodies luck, they're going to need ...
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