Day 2 here started lazy- I had a big breakfast after a good 10 hour sleep and we generally just lounged about chatting with other guests in the lounge. At noon a couple friends of ours moved over from across the river, and are now staying at our lodge (they are from Scotland and England, by the way). In the afternoon we hiked off into the boulders around the river to find a little swimming hole, along with companions from LA and England. They were poorly equipped for the trek and had a hard time making it, but they did alright in the end. After basking in the glory of the river for about 10 minutes, a piercing "WHAT THE F*!& IS THAT THING?!?!! GET OUT OF THE WATER" (Coming from Dylan), sent us all scrambling the shore. Turns out it was a water snake, contrary to my initial thought of "Shark!!!!"...hahaha. Anyhow, after this I returned to Hampi alone to go bouldering with a friend of mine who lives here. 3 British girls and our two previously mentioned friends came with. My Hampi friend is an incredible climber, and showed us some proper routes. When I said bouldering was hard earlier, I didn't really mean it...now my hands are shredded (literally), and my forearms feel like pieces of wood attatched to my elbows. Thankfully, the girls all have great cameras, and took some awesome shots. I've added them on facebook, so the shots will be available for all my fanbase to see hahaha. After bouldering we watched the sunset from some rocks, and came back to home base for some well earned grub and beer. I will go out bouldering again tomorrow with tape on my hands and a renewed vigour- this is the funnest sport I've tried for quite some time. The lifestyle here is nice- meeting lots of people, being active during the day, good food and whatnot at night, and then a blog post, reading, and BED! We must move on soon though. We don't know exactly where to, but it will be on the coast (Goa likely). Anyhow, I'll have more adventures to post tomorrow. Thanks for reading.