Actually, it's before Day '1'. I am starting from little bit early. We, Myself Roy and my partner in crime Taniya, started from our office. Yes, it's bit sad but there was no way to ignore our boss in office. We presently working for a legal MNC house based in Hyderabad. Apart from work, we made travel blogs and vlogs. You can find us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
#I have shared our You Tube link regarding this journey at the end of this story#
We started from Kacheguda, (Hyderabad) station and the destination was Hospet (Hampi).
## You can avail AC and Non-AC berths for Kecheguda to Hospet as per the availability in Indian Railways. Suggested to check earlier before journey.#
Around 7/8 o clock in the morning we reached Hospet. There are several autos from Hospet station to reach Hampi. You can reserve or share those autos as per your requirement.
#Suggested to negotiate with the auto drivers before riding#
You require to reach Tungavadra river bank and cross the same to reach out the destination.If you are coming by road, you are not require to follow this.
We took our auto for the destination around 9 o clock in the morning. It was our fortune that we got an autowala (auto-driver) whose first customers for the day was us. As we were his first customer, he couldn't negotiate with us. In India this tradition called 'Bouni'. However, he was very helpful. We needed cash for the expenses and there was no sign of ATM machine near the Hospet Railway station. He took us to a nearby ATM on our way.
#Suggested to carry cash with you, as there are less options of nearby ATMs. Most of the time ATM machines are out of cash#
The road between Hospet to Tungavadra bank is very beautiful and covered with full of green. You will feel relaxed in the fresh air coming. This road is passing through a village and you can feel an awesome village environment if you like it. Around 30 minutes later, we reached Tungavadra bank side. This river is very slow in this time of year. Water level is also low, so if you are freak out of water, you should not be worried to cross the river. There are timely boats for crossing the river. They take some 100 bucks each person and the boats usually carry 15-20 people at a time. So, you have to wait until the boat is full.