On the second day, I rented a scooter that cost me Rs.250 for a day from Uramma homes. It made my commute a lot easier. I started at 6 am in the morning and the first place on my list was Anjeyanadri Hill. From here on, few colleagues from work joined me for the rest of the day. Needless to say, it was super fun.Continue reading “A solo trip to Hampi-Anegundi, Part-II”
“Traveling alone will be the scariest, most liberating, life-changing experience of your life. Try it at least once.” – Unknown
Hampi should top your bucket list without any doubt when it comes to solo travelling in Southern India. It is a perfect place for a laid-back vacation. Hampi is a village situated in east-central Karnataka on the banks of Tungabhadra river.
Mumbai, call it a city of dreams, a city that never sleeps or the maximum city. There are tons of reason why people come here and fall in love. It is wonderful to see how people of Mumbai cherish the simple joys of life starting from enjoying the first rain, walking by the beach holding hands even in their 60’s, sharing love in abundance, struggling, surviving and still smiling away, the torrential rains, chaotic crowd, heavy traffic, severe pollution, deadly attacks, and huge poverty will seem like the city might just come to an end but it is surprising to see how the city rebuilds itself every single time, the never-say-die attitude in every Mumbaikar is worth looking upto.