Let's Visit the Boulders Beach, Capetown,SA
Hampi - A Sonnet of Boulders !
Bare hands on boulders (Hippie Island, Hampi)
Hampi - Bouldered Beauty
Hampi.. Land of Boulders, Ruins, History and Mythology!
Welcome to Hampi: City of Sculptures and Boulders
India's Bouldering Capital Hampi
HAMPI-OFF BOULDERS,RUINS & TEMPLES
Indrahar Pass - Trek to Boulders
Hampi : Of stacked boulders, a river and a whole lot of history
Hampta Pass: From lush green forests to boulders and rocky mountains
Land of Lonely Boulders
Solo in Boulder
Hampi - A land of Boulders
Boulders and Bananas of Hampi
2 weeks NZ south island road trip - The perfect itinerary
Road tripping in New Zealand
Lost My Soul in Hampi
Marvels of Nature: 12 Strange and Magnificent Natural Wonders
Hampi- Make you ponder over the ‘How’ and leave you in awe of human ingenuity!
5 Treks in Himachal that are still not on travel blogger's radar
Ultimate New Zealand South Island Roadtrip
Happy, Hippie, Hampi: Memoirs from The Land of Mystical Ruins
So, when I announced to my parents that I was going to visit Hampi- a tiny and magical boulder strewn landscape frozen in time interspersed with bright emerald paddy fields and shining waters that could give the Flinstones a serious run for their money, and boasting of a rustic grandeur that has endured the sands of time with remarkable elegance- it didn't come as a surprise to them....
5 Things to do while at Hampi - On a solo motorcycle journey
Solo to Hampi
HAMPI : TELEPORT BACK IN TIME
South Africa - The Icing on the Cake
Cave Paintings, Age-old Monuments And A Secret Waterfall, Sitabinji Is A History Lover's Paradise
Rock Climbing at Nainital
The ruins of Hampi
History Unplugged- Hampi, India
Hippity-Hoppity in Hampi
Gems of Hampi
Beyond the green mounds: Karnataka's fortress city
Unraveling the glory of an enchanted ruins: Hampi Chronicles I
How a Solo trek to Parashar Lake mended my Broken Heart #lifechangingtrip
The Backpacker's Paradise, Hampi
A story from the Himalayas
After getting acclimatized for two days came the summit day and due to water shortage at the next campsite we had to start our climb to summit from Khullara itself , we started our summit climb at about 2:00 am and by 6 the peak became clearly visible to us ,the funny part is it appeared to be very close but who knew it was still 4 to 4 1/2 hours away with rough snowy patches, huge boulder sections....