Have you ever had one of those days that you just can’t believe it is happening? That your good luck and fortune has been too good to be true and that your day was so exciting and exhilarating that your head spins when you go to bed?
That was a day that Dave and I had today in India. I am always amazed at the moments in time that we have stumbled upon in our travels. We have seen some amazing things in our life by doing nothing more that having dumb luck.
We had heard of Hampi only a couple of months ago. Other travelers suggested that we go there stating that it was a relaxing place. We didn’t do any research on the area, we just booked a ticket and off we went to see the ancient ruins in the province of Karnataka. While Hampi’s ruins have been impressive and I will tell you about them soon, it was the fact that we happen to be visiting Hampi on the 500th anniversary of King Krishnadevaraya’s reign.
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