For me, the Hippie Town was a more attractive option, and Buddha Café is the place to satiate your taste buds. Located on the bank of the Tungabhadra, this little café serves everything from Israeli cuisine to Spanish and Mexican, and of course, the Desi-dishes!After a hearty lunch, we took a walk around the town, which has little shops and brightly graffiti painted walls.Anegundi was the final destination, located on the Northern banks of the river, which was the kingdom of the Monkey-King Sugriva, according to the Ramayana. The Anegundi Fort, turned to ruins, still stands there. Although Hampi sees thousands of visitors each year, not many comes to Anegundi, and the villagers here seem to be quite happy and peaceful in their near-secluded lives.
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