Kishkinda Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... insurance claim from Malaysia, whilst Joe watched a bit of cricket with the guesthouse owner and his friends. Cricket really is the football of India (unless in Goa, then it’s football!) and acts like a great conversation opener. The fact that the cricket world cup is on in NZ/Oz soon is great as we are able to talk to people about that, and have memorised a few fixtures to help the chat! After a lunch of aloo paneer samosa (potato cheese) and aloo gobi curry ...
... 8211; the view which looks over the river from their rooftop restaurant is just too good not to miss. We daudled about over breakfast, having a second coffee (total for brekkie $4), and even managed to catch sight of Lakschmi the local temple elephant having her morning bath in the river by the ghats. Ailsa (Han’s sister) had recommended Hampi and spent 10 days here a few years ago and she asked us to pass on her regards to Lakschmi, who I think she might have fallen in love ...
... that was quite a bumpy start to hampi. people gathered helped us, but all of us were fine, got into a new rickshaw to begin once again
How many days: 2/3 days
Hampi is situated on the banks of river Tungabhadra... you have a choice you can stay on either side of the river. i chose the Kishkindha side for my love for Lord Hanuman
There are ferry available for a meagre ticket cost of Rs. 10 that help you cross the river.
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... Hampi was a very interesting place, with huge granite boulders piled up on each other; some looked very precariously balanced. And ancient rock temples everywhere, big and small, with an overall laidback feel to the whole place. We strolled up the old main bazaar road, with stalls made of rock along each side of the road, monkeys everywhere. Diane was still on her "Al, take a picture of that monkey" kick. We strolled along the lovely ...
... else, shouting their wares (which cost next to nothing) At one point a bunch of transexual prostitutes came clattering down the carriage clapping their hands, dancing and asking for money (I pretended to be asleep at that point) You can have a bit of a wander up and down too and they leave the doors at the end of the carriages wide open as well so you can go and hang out the side to get a bit of fresh air and have a better look at the fantastic scenery. It was my ...