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... yours truly] were on on a 40M climb to the Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, one of the eight holy mountains in India. There were signs it was a 'no plastic' zone; kept the water bottle hidden.
We just saw the temple from the exterior. It was an evident place of devotion to adherents. Camphor was burning outside. After being licked by two cows, we walked down. The hazy conditions did not make for great views of Mysore but they were decent enough. Some were marking ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">3 If Bedrock was real we would like to move there.
... led to the main temple. As we walked past the main temple we spotted a whole tribe of monkeys literally hangin’ out in one of the old bazaars. They were searching for ookus (bugs) and cleaning each other. One little baby monkey climbed out onto one of the protruding scaffolding and screamed at us—it was funny and kind of scary. We continued into Hampi proper passing more cows, small street vendors, and ancient ...
... This was to be our last day in Hampi, one way or the other. Exactly how we would make it the last was yet to be decided and we vacillated between night bus or morning train. Either way we needed to be on the other side of the river and so made our way there. We paid for the idiotic ferry for the last time and I knew regret. I had never made my own way across the river despite my fantasies and ...
... of a couple of women were washing their clothes in the river, a couple of curious kids and some men from a nearby temple/guest-house meant we weren't too keen on stripping down and hopping in. Despite the fact that it was approaching 40 degrees and we were desperate to cool down. The Indian tendency to just stare is just too unnerving. Sticking the plan we carried on into the village, but not sticking to the plan we didn't stop and ask anyone. We had to pass through ...