Check out Part 1 of Hampi India We spent our second day in Hampi India on a bicycle and we decided to spend this full day going across the river and exploring the other side of Hampi, full of rice … Continue reading
We travelled to Hampi India after hearing from a fellow traveller how much he loved the small riverside town. As soon as we arrived, we could see why he loved it so much and knew we were going to as … Continue reading
The locals in Hampi, India wake up early to do there washing in the river Tungabhadra. This river is a life line for the community, people also bathe, pray and swim throughout the day here. This same morning we also … Continue reading
Vijayavittala temple is located 2 km east of Hampi Bazaar In India. During our time there we walked around the famous Stone chariot and the other many temple ruins.
Walking around the ruins in Hampi can be awe inspiring. This local man takes some time out from the blistering heat at one of the sites visited.
We watched the locals washing there clothes and bathing in the Tungabhadra River in Hampi, India. While we were people watching that morning, a gentlemen came down with his elephant to give him a good wash and scrub. The baby elephant … Continue reading
This nine-tiered Temple, stands at 50 meters and is the tallest of all the temples in Hampi. It is centrally located in this small town and on arrival you are greeted by an elephant in the courtyard, which you may … Continue reading
This ruin is shaped like a lotus flower from top, this two-story structure has beautiful arc ways set in geometric regularity. It was an air-cooled summer palace of the queen, just near the bathing pool. It is located in Hampi, … Continue reading