Hampi People

One of my favourite destinations in India is Hampi. It is by far not the most spectacular place I’ve visited but it made quite an impression on me. I went there twice, once in spring it was absolutely dry and hot. The second time the rice fields were being harvested.

There are a lot of Unesco Herritage sites scattered around the town, and the landscape consist of seemingly random placed gigantic rocks. If you take 700 steps up a hill you get to a temple with the nicest priests and a bunch of monkey’s living up there. It is an amazing place to watch the sunset, and as we later learned even more beautiful when you’re invited by those priests for a sunrise yoga session!

When I flip through my photo’s of the place I mostly notice the beautiful and friendly people around….




3 thoughts on “Hampi People

  1. I’ve been to India several times and have never made it to Hampi, despite many people I’ve met raving about it. One day, hopefully!

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