Kishkinda Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... we looking for. We do, on our off road biking, stumble upon the ruins of Sule Bazaar, a once centre of commerce and possible red light district, and the attached Achyutaraya temple. It’s amazing to try picture how these ruins were once buzzing, chaotic, living towns. Again we are blown away by the beauty of both the ruins ...
... deity, usually depicted with four arms. Another Ganesha statue is nearby in the form of Sasivekalu Ganesha built in 1506. Krishna temple was next and is one of better temple complexes to explore. It was built in the Vijayanagara style at the beginning of the 16th century and comes complete with a main shrine, sanctum, vestibule, pillared pavilions and halls. From here i visited Lakshmi Narasmiha and Badaviling temples which sit opposite one another. The Lakshmi ...
... m not carrying my passport. It's not the best time to introduce myself to the police but they seem more intent on checking up on the hotel visitor registers than stopping foolhardy tourist on mopeds. They pull off and we whizz on toward this undiscovered temple.
The temple is a short climb up some concrete ramps. The omnipresent river of beggars are there asking for alms. Mostly older people here.
The temple is not much to shout about architecturally but it's ...
Über Hampi habe ich mich absolut gar nicht informiert, muss ich ehrlich gestehen. Ich habe nur von vielen Leuten gehört, dass es sehr angenehm, schön und ruhig sein soll. Und das Hampi aufgrund der Berglandschaft die bekannteste und beste Stadt (angeblich auf der ganzen Welt) für 'Bouldern' ist. Umso mehr freue ich mich über die ruhigen und hoffentlich entspannenden Tage, die mir bevorstehen.
Um 5:45 erreiche ich die Stadt. Überraschenderweise belagern uns nur sehr ...
... the taxi trip to Vasco de Gama from Anjuna. Hospet is the main center but does not hold a lot of interest other then higher end accommodations. We stayed in Hospet in 2012 but this time decided to stay in Hampi as we wanted the total experience of the Hampi Bazaar. There are over 3600 temples and monuments spread over a 36 sq km so it reminds us of Pagan in Burma in 1989. The ruins are divided into two ...