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  • This is around the time when we went for a Hampi trip in a break that we got. Random picking on the map. Realized after reaching there, the amount of history that defined the place.
    For Himani, it was the signs! She was reading the Ramayana and was on the same event/chapter that happened right there in Hampi. The birthplace of Hanuman.
    But for us it was all about the peace and the distance from work. A long week break of nothing but relaxation, exploration, feeding ourselves and talking as much as we can while we can.

    This picture was taken when we were all broke, as the nearest ATM was about 40 kms away in a village which we had recently cycled to and did not have the courage to repeat the same adventure again. Finally, broke we had no place to go, so we sat in a world heritage spot and spent hours from 1 in the afternoon till the point when we had to leave to board the bus away from Hampi talking, reminiscing like we never did before. Hampi and the talk is one of those things after which you just can't help but bond really well :)
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