There's soooo much to say about our days here !
The people, the climbing, the good vibes, the skin pain and the food...
Behind the pictures I hope I could share a little of those great moments with you... (photos : Axel Ballay, Mike Fuselier)
Typical India Kids... so full of life !
Every sunrise is the sign of a new day. Here every new day means new places, new boulders, new climbs and new emotions to share. Our crew have a lots of fun, climb hard and most of all we realize how lucky and happy we are to be here.
Photos by Evrard Wendenbaum
Another view of Hampi's area... Boulders and boulders everywhere...
Hampi a few pictures. suite
New day, new spots, and new pictures...
My skin is so bad, but I'm so happy to climb here, that I go until the blood. All the day we meet new people and we climb together on new and classic spots.
David from switzerland in " Goan curner" a classic but so nice bulder.
After an epic story to get a new visa at the last minute we finally managed to reach India. This country is beautifull, full of colors, rich of magic landscapes and history. Indian people are very lifefull, always smiling, always nice, it's incredible.
Evrard, Vaibhav (our local guide and friend) and I went thru Hampi where we met the rest of the crew : Mike, Axel and Ju Nadiras. All of us are so lucky to be here !
I was looking since a long time to came here, inspired by the pictures I've seen before. But the reality is far better that I excpected it would be.
Hampi: first days
Well, Alex, Ju and I just arrived in Hampi... Oaouh!!! It's so beautiful, but in the same time so hot: the summer season is ending. This is not the best for climbing, neither for my fingers... But anyway the landscapes are amazing, as the temples.
We can only climb at night, it's a short space of time: hope it's going to be enough to make some problems. There are boulders as far as the eye can see.
Liv's passport has been lost, so she's going to fly to bombay only on Sunday with Evrard. Everything is going to be OK...
I'm in Bombai with Julien Nadiras and Axel Ballai. We've just arrived from Geneva, and we'll take a bus this evening to Hampi (about 20 hours to go...).
There is a lot of poor people here, it's crasy to see that. I'll try to give you some news during my trip.