Finally we made it to the western coast of India to visit Hampi. Breaking up the trip we stopped in Goa for a few days. By this time of the year it was beginning to get really hot during the day. To combat this we would rise super early and be out the door before dawn. If we had enough energy then we’d try and go for a late afternoon stroll.
Man made structures looked as if they’d been here as long as the natural habitat. Most likely from the centuries of constant flux of the Tungabhadra river level. As a result a treasure hunt ensued as we walked around this amazing place. This just proves why Hampi is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.