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... einen Platz auf dem rooftop und zahle für eine Nacht 1.50 €. Der starke Schlafentzug und die Hitze machen mir stark zu schaffen. Am liebsten würde ich mich hinlegen, doch es ist so heiß, dass an Schlaf momentan absolut nicht zu denken ist.
Beim Frühstück lerne ich viele andere Jugendliche aus der ganzen Welt kennen. Danach leihen wir uns drei Scooter aus und fahren zu einem See. Die Fahrt ist sehr turbulent, da der Boden viele Schlaglöcher hat und die ...
... karma-inducing pleasure of feeding a handful of bananas to some fearless and greedy macaques. The vista is nothing short of stunning, revealing the golden, boulder-studded landscape with patchworks of emerald green rice paddies woven into the tapestry.
Descending the staircase is easy and we reward ourselves at the bottom with coconut milk straight from the nut while being entertained by an old lady with a slingshot taking potshots at monkeys that are trying to steal bananas ...
... and keep making her re-hydration drinks that were meant to taste like blackcurrant but more resembled a fruit salad someone had chucked a load of salt on. Eventually day broke and she told me to go climbing without her because there was no point in both of us staying in so off I trotted to learn how to monkey up boulders, preferably without having a minor breakdown and wanting my mum.
I think it was Tom who took me up the boulders. We started ...
... whilst looking lost to lure in a man who was willing to impart all of his knowledge for a small fee.
So apparently there's the marriage hall, the prayer hall and there's also a dancing hall which is the main focus on account of the musical pillars. It is said that the king's wife loved to dance so they'd hang cotton sheets from stone rings, which are still visible today, to hide her from view and instead of instruments the musicians would ...
... their hand to the baby's mouth. In other parts too, but especially here in Hampi, young children run up to me and ask for money, or chocolate. Scoping out the town, i run into a local man i had seen when i was checking into my room. He introduces himself as Mihante, and i see him again that evening. He asks me if i would like to join him for a tea by the river. Yesss!!! I think, finally! A chance to have tea with a local, without worrying about ...