Kishkinda Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... beside the driver who was constantly yelling and honking. Our window wouldn’t close properly and we weren’t prepared for the cold we faced. We spent the 12 hours awake; miserable and shivering. Meanwhile, a disgruntled passenger (a Russian girl with boyfriend troubles), screamed and cried throughout the night. I hope I have set the scene well enough for you to imagine our discomfort during this trip. However, I am not complaining, it was all ...
... boulders were split and worked into structures that housed the home of the Hindu Empire from 1336 to 1646. Boulders still show the marks where holes were carved and filled with wood that was soaked until the wood expanded and split the stone. There are structures where every single stone is adorned with sculpture. People congregate around the baths where people would cleanse their souls before approaching the temple. It is mind blowing and magnificent but pales into insignificance ...
... a bit. After a snooze and some lunch I had a bit of a wander and came across a shop selling hand made jewellery, offering lessons to make it. I got chatting to the owner, Shiva, and his friend and business partner, Shiva, and ended up staying there for a while having a good natter. Shiva#1 is also a healer and told me a little about my chakra issues (which correlated with what my ayurvedic doc tells me). He also taught me a couple of card-based magic tricks. One that I can ...
... it tho! Following that, we found the area where most people go for bouldering. Man, next time I go bak to India, I will be more prepared for adventure versus traveling that's for sure! I climbed a few rocks and enjoyed watching dudes Spider-Man their way across. Super awesome sport :) there was also a lake, some small ruins, a couple really awesome view points and of course, more rocks! That night, we went to the main temple for a full moon celebration ceremony. We walk in ...
... with an ocelot-looking coat pattern entertained us while monkeys were trying to steal our bananas. I went inside the closest temple. A sadhu was busy doing something so stayed just long enough to enjoy the bright colours.
Over to a banyon tree covered with dolls. Children tie them to the tree and make a wish. Hmm, could I make seven wishes for tour departures. Passed by the river to see the remnants of a stone bridge. Stopped at what I will call the ...