Kishkinda Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... complete with a market and temple water area. Mr Space Cadet dropped his lens cap between rocks and unfortunately it was recovered.There is a reason lens caps are tied to a camera, dummy.
It is warmish. There are few tourists around. I am using a camera battery a day, my Indian charger getting a daily workout. This temple water area was not as evocative as that of yesterday.
Walking on, we had a spicy tea beside a lake with several small temples. ...
... s a billion souls to feed. Just 101k to go by 1710. We were on SH 17.
There was a loo break at 1740 for 10M. Lucas said it would be 2015, suggesting a tortuous pace. Saw a sign for KFC. Not much of an American food presence in the south.
Got to the bus station around 2010. We moved to the nearby train station. Went to Neethu's Kitchen for dinner with the B Team and Mr Sweets. Tried a ginger chicken, a 7 Up and a local bread in the roti family . ...
... a break once we start with sight seeing.
We had lunch at Hotel Ice Land (one of the famous few) in Hospet and commenced our drive to Hampi which is around 15 kms from Hospet. Hampi being a historical town I expected a few temples and old buildings which appeared so, as we were nearing Hampi. As we reached closer,every direction housed at least one temple in some angle of the landscape. The hills ...
... we had the usual fall out with the tuk tuk driver as he attempted to follow us round for his commission. We took our time but eventually found a nice guesthouse with a roof terrace which had a nice view of the surrounding valley and lots of resident monkeys playing on the rooftops. The village itself had a very nice feel to it, a little touristy but in a nice friendly way. Before we even did any exploring we thanked the monsoon for ruining our quick stop in South Goa ...
... En-route was the hill-top Anjaneya temple & Tungabhadra Reservoir.
Anjaneya temple – Kishkinda kingdom lays here, the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. This temple is built on top of the hill and connected to road by a flight of 575 steps precariously placed along the winding mountain paths. It was a herculean effort going up there but we did. The temple compound gives a bird’s view of Hampi, ...