Hampi Bazaar, HampiJanuary 20, 2017 in India ⋅ ☀️ 1 °C
After we crossed the Ferry we reached the other side where we have the Virupaksha temple and the ruins of Hampi Bazaar. It is said that not only was there was place for the sellers to sell their wares but the bazaar had homes built for the shopkeepers and stables for their horses.
On the left of the original Hampi Bazaar is the current market where you an old lady selling embroidered bags which she claims will last for 20 years. She lives 3km from Hampi comes and sets up her shop on a blanket every day.
Go further down and to your left you will find boards to the Mango Tree Restaurant. A life saver for us for they very cordially agreed to keep our bags safe after we had to check out of the resort. They have excellent tea and coffee which they are more than happy to customize to your taste and helpful staff. We made the acquaintance of Jyothi, a jewellery designer from Hyderabad who had just begun her travel adventure with Hampi.Read more