So, after a lot of reading and so much googling me and a friend I got from my hostel , who agreed to come with me the second I said I am going Hampi(because I am awesome like that :), funny part was she don't even know where and what was Hampi :p) .
We started our journey from Bangalore railway station on a friday evening with Hampi express. we have options to travel such as bus, train but I wanted Hampi all on my travel, so best option was this train. We reached Hospet station by around 7 AM.
so here starts my Hampi exploring for next three days..
we took an autorickshaw from hospet station bcz we wanted to find a stay in Hampi (I didn't book accommodation because after a lot of googling I found it's better do that after reaching there so I can use my bargaining skill as well as we can see the room before booking , don't try this if you are going in peak tourist times ). So we started our rickshaw journey with over chatty driver and he explained the navaratri / Dussehra rituals just started in Hampi and Dussehra celebration is second biggest in Hampi after Mysore.
So we have just entered the Hampi bazaar and got a glimpse of Virupaksha temple on our way. The driver took us to Akshaya guest house ,and we got a clean upstairs room with lots of space .After freshening up and breakfast from the restaurant ran by the guest house people we started to explore our first day in Hampi.( we decided no rickshaw from point to point , because I am little strange like that , and I love to walk.)
so we walked all the below places which was a lot of walk.
We saw this beauty when we walking back to Hampi Bazaar.