" on the way to Anantapur . . ." Anantapur Off The Beaten Path Tip by Elisabcn

Anantapur Off The Beaten Path: 8 reviews and 15 photos

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  • cultivating the fields . . - Anantapur
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  • Indian Gulliver - Anantapur
      Indian Gulliver
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From Bangalore, the nearest « civilized » city, you will have 8-9 hours of bad road and never ending arid landscapes. The highway (well they call it like this) only allows you to drive at 30km/h and even if there are no cars they respect it. The trip is very monotonous and we did not feel like stopping for some pictures, just wanted to arrive . . . but some funny exceptions like this Indian Gulliver (picture 4) put some entertainment to the trip. There are some bars on the road where you can eat some French fries and of course rice. Don’t miss them even if you are not hungry at that moment, there is not a big choice.

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 9, 2009
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