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... exit seats and the Indian family of 4 with 12 suitcases were not going to push their way in. The British queue, the Indians don't. We are still in Britain, I win. When we get to Mumbai, you win, until then, we were first - 2 over wing exit seats bagged thank you very much.
So we have had a bite to eat, taken our first selfie and we await our Dreamliner to come on stand to whisk us off to Mumbai.
Let the games commence and see you on the other side ...
... delivered and we went out to dinner and to watch the rugby game. When we arrived back at the room later that night we unfolded the cot, only to find out that it was instead a baby's crib. Perhaps "cot" means "crib" in the UK? It was news to us. So our friend toughed it out and slept on nearly nothing, with towels as blankets. LIkely not the best sleep, but certainly made for a good story. ...
Bye bye everyone, hasta la proxima! But before that, mummy has drained the car battery! So we're waiting for Doug to bring the jump leads as ours are locked in the van and we don't have the keys... Sigh, well it is officially our first bit Of adventure. Come on Doug! We re now ...
... I can't wait to go explore. Off to bed now - tomorrow morning I'm making a healthy soup, going to the gym, doing a little shopping with Annelyn and maybe exploring a bit of the beautiful scenery nearby, if time allows it! Ps - my next trip is booked :) I will be heading to Dublin, Ireland, which has been a dream of mine for YEARS, to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day! What an amazing experience that will be. I can't wait to write about it. Until next time, ...
... Ganesh, Laxmi and Jesus. In the corner a child's scooter with no back wheel. The beggar whose name is Bimala made us chai, and served us this in her best stainless steel cups. She told us how most people here were from Rajasthan in India and some work a little but most beg. " I don't like to beg but what to do?" She said. Her baby was now fast asleep on the bed, her little boy crying because he had a splinter in his finger. It was hot with the sun ...