We chose Hampi for a long weekend getaway.Hampi do not have a direct bus facility from Hyderabad.So we took a bus till Hospet.We got down at hospet at around 3.30 AM near Hospet bus stand.The moment we got down auto drivers surrounded us demanded an amount of 4000 INR to take us to out pre booked resort in Anegundi which is other side of the river(just 30km from Hospet).
We dismissed them and went into bus stand and enquired about the ways to reach anegundi. Bus drivers and person at enquiry are very helpful in providing all the required details.
We waited for 2 1/2 hours almost till our bus to Hubli came at 6 AM.(A point to be noted we are group of women ,a bit apprehensive to wait for the bus at that odd hour, but cops can be seen patrolling and checking on us which assured us of our safety).
The journey to Hubli is very refreshing and we observed all the way through the villages are quite clean and orderly arranged houses and a lot of cows. We reached Hubli at around 7AM.There is no proper bus stand at Hubli. We enquired and took an auto as option which costed us total amount of 400 INR from Hospet to Anegundi.
The journey to Kishkinda Heritage Resort is little bumpy but picturesque with full of stone hills and the arrangement of stones on this hills are quite different and magnificent which hold the stories of royalty. We reached our resort by 8 AM which is located in a very peaceful location. The cottage allotted to us is very beautiful with a pool side view and a water park next to us.