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Horny Ok Please: Week Two Of Adventures

Sonalee & Tony haveare on their second week of 8,000 Km journey along the coastline of India with 4 Lomography Cameras. This week they show us around beautiful parts of India with half moon beaches, backpacking locations and secret cafe's. Here is "Horny Ok Please" with their second edition of adventures.

And as the story continues, Sonalee & Tony write more about their trip.

“Goa to Gokarna was a days drive. We weren’t really expecting a lot after Goa but the place grows on you. Two tiny shacks and a lot of sand might not sound like much but we met some people who had come in for a days trip and ended up staying a week or more. We soon began to understand why. A walk through the forest and we reached Half-Moon beach, a tiny secluded cove, beyond the next forest is Paradise beach. Same same but different. Nights were spent exchanging travel stories with other backpackers and hearing their recommendations about places we dint know existed in India. Surprise Surprise! A day trip turned into a few as we watched one bunch of people depart and another wash up outside Ganesh’s Cafe on Om Beach.

The next stop was Hampi. Land of many rounded forms, from the boulders that dot the entire landscape to the coracles (round basket like boats used to cross the river from the old town into new), Hampi is a photographers paradise in Monotone. We walked around the 14th Century ruins, stopping and ogling at the intricate carvings and architecture, pretty much gasped as we realized the offerings to the Gods in this part of the country constituted of well, rocks and stones! That too under an old Banyan tree, tied up in little colorful bundles.

The nights end early in Hampi and we were ready for Bangalore before you could say Boulder! Bangalore was a fun mix of clubbing and meeting other Lomographers like Nishi Chauhan and Sahil Karkhanis, introducing our host Hari to Lomography and some great food. The best surprise however was that Lomography India had sent us a goody bag with a Coloursplash camera inside, which we proceeded to use instantly. It first proved to be an amazing conversation starter and made some brilliant pictures with the first roll. We kissed the 13th floor skyline of Bangalore goodbye and moved on to Mysore after a week of mayhem..more on that soon…" – Sonalee Tomar AKA Weridbunny

written by abhoan

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