Hampi Times.

What a great way to end 2012.Hampi was more than I had imagined it would be – an open air museum, wonderful wonderful people, superb stay at a model heritage village, great food and greater company. A surreal way to wrap up quite an eventful year.

Go, if you love the outdoors.
Go, if you love lazing on the rocks with your feet dipped in the Tungabhadra river while the sun sets behind you.
Go, if you love ending your day with sambhar rice, pickle and papad.
Go, if you love spending afternoons gaping at 13th century architecture.
Go, if you’re a traveler.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Hampi on a plate.

Mango Tree – A must visit in Hampi Bazaar. (top left- right – Mango Tree’s Thali, Nutella Crepes, The gorgeous tables, Scrumptious breakfast, coffee and doodling, Mango Tree Samosa and Bananas! )
Coconut Water took a whole other meaning on this hot sunny afternoon. Sipping on God’s Water with a 13th century temple as the backdrop. Dont forget to go “aww” at the little boys who made it happen.
Stay with them when you visit Hampi. Period.
( http://www.urammaheritagehomes.com/#!uramma-cottage/c20l9)
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