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... hour? Stupid Mr Space Cadet bothered hotel staff because a cow was on the grounds. He is a dork of the first order.
Up for 1900 dinner. Mr Sweets came along so he joined the boozers. Lucas recommendied chicken here. We ultimately ordered several mains and some sides and shared it all . The Kingfisher finally tasted good again.
Back to download pix and the like. Pushed the blog along some. Bed time under the mosquito net before 2300.
... size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Things we have learned
1 We don't need meat and beer to have a good time (This may get forgotten soon).
2 Pumas roam at night around the ruins.
... rooms and confirmed our rate for the night 600 RS ($10) before heading up to set our stuff down and plan out our day. We decided to do the big loop of temples by Auto but all were hungry so we headed out to find a little breakfast spot where we could grab some food. We wandered down the stairs and down the little alleyway that graced the front of our building turned left past several water buffalo and an old Bazaar and onto the main ...
We finally found somewhere to eat delicious and cheap masala dosas in Hampi. Literally next door to our accommodation. Like... 5 meters away. It was a little embarrassing. Even the proprietor expressed his surprise when we told him how long we had been in Hampi. Really wish we had noticed the giant sign that said “Masala Dosa” painted on the wall of this restaurant. ...
... and left us peering at Google Maps wondering where we went wrong. Returning to the village with the intention of asking a local we spotted a promising sign, “Waterfall”, next to another dirt road. This led to a small weir (small barrier designed to alter the flow of a river without stopping it: word of the day) that created a couple of minor rapids. With barely enough flow to create white water it seems deliberately deceptive to call it a waterfall. ...