Kishkinda Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... river, the ferryman would not sail until his boat was full – and when I say full I mean FULL: tourists, locals, bikes, produce, small animals and everything in between.
The rest of the day we spend relaxing at the guesthouse, before we had to get on the bus to Hubli, where we would board the night train to Goa.
Many of us would have loved to stay in ...
... days to see the main ones. It is a truly astounding collection.
On our other day in Hampi, we rented a small moped to go exploring the north side of the river. This was the side we had decided to stay, advised by our friend Palak due its being quieter than the southern 'bazaar’ side. We had had to catch the ferry over on our first afternoon, and once there, Kerri sat on the banks with our bags whilst I went off up the little dirt track to find the best ...
... of a ticketless lady being chased out of the sleeper carriages that keeps me awake. All that chasing seems to have little affect though as the next time I open my eyes, probably only an hour later, there is another ticketless woman sleeping on the floor below us using Don’s bag as a pillow. May I never complain about a bed or pillow again J
The funniest of all the incidents experienced though, not at the time, was the man on ...
... driver slammed on the brakes, causing me to roll forward and off the back seats, becoming wedged between those infront. Brought back memories of when i was a kid and used to fall out of the top bunk everynight. I arrived in the town of Hospet just as the sun was rising. From here it was a short 13km / 8 mile trip to the hamlet known as Hampi which is at the northern end of the state of Karnataka.
Hampi was the capital of the South Indian Vijayanagar Empire back in ...
... with his nut cutlets - great memories.
The sadness here in Goan Corner is that we might very well be the last tourists to mong out here. The gregarious lady who runs it along with many other businesses on this side of the river have recently lost a court case which means they will have to move out and watch their businesses get flattened by a JCB. Apparently they never had permission to build here in the first place. If the rumours are true then the result of the court case ...