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... a question for them. Also, the whole 'picture taking of the foreigner' gig has become quite old, so much so that I've started to charge 50 rupees per picture. Lol I've made 100 rupees ;) On with my adventure to the land of boulders and ruins. I was on my way to Hampi and I had no idea what was in store for me there! Stay tuned. More stories to come! Love and light ... Or maybe now I should say: Om Mani Padmi Hum (check the photos) Namaste... and Beyond! Xoxoxo ...
... Although this seems to be more so the case as we continue to move south: probably the result of this region being one with a more of a tourist inclination, perhaps.
We met our driver at the boundary of the property which was perched on the banks of the Sal River (deep into the peninsula with the land corridor only about 200 metres wide: a small barrier between the open ocean and the calmer river environs).
On the way back, I noted that this spot, had ...
... thought this was just a really busy beach but as soon as we walked a little to one side or the other there was hardly any people. When we started asking around we got an explanation to this. Many Indian people can't swim, therefore they stay (or the life guards make them, with wild whistling and shouting) in between 2 flags that are marked as the "life guarded" area.
Since we still had Palolem in mind we decided to take my mom and sister with us there as well. We packed a ...
... and scream at every every tunnel we went through and did I mention the doors are opened during the ride? So hanging out and yelling was not a problem either:) Only figured out that it was a very scenic route with a special waterfall when everybody was running for the windows with their camera. This sight of beauty also explained the hordes of Indian backpackers on the tracks heading towards the awesome view. Crazy Indians:) In the weekend I got to enjoy nightlife with Dhan ...
... by how expensive the airplane tickets were to Nepal, I decided to drop by and sit with my friends next door at Potala, within 5 minutes, everything was sorted out. After some smoke I was told that I can simply go up North by train all the way to Varansi (the holiest of Hindu cities) then to Nepal from there for peanuts! I was handed everything from business cards of a guest house from a fellow traveler, to which specific ...