Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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... thinks that Hampi is one the most amazing places he has ever seen. He has no desire to return to the North of India, specifically Varanasi. And he can appreciate that Goa was the wrong season. Definitely more good than bad!
For Claire, ...
One day to go and we are just passing time, went down to the Gateway and caught a ferry to elephanta island which are caves with carvings out of the rocks. The trip took an hour and then 120 steps up to the caves with stall sellers either side and monkeys throwing things down from the trees. We stayed for about an hour then returned to the hotel. We ate fairly early then caught a cab to Chowpatty beach where families ...
... t have traffic signals. Red lights are randomly obeyed. Pedestrians cross the street at their own risk and is literally like playing "Frogger" to get across. Vehicles come within a half inch of each other and this is perfectly acceptable. In fact, if you don't push your way into an opening, the guy behind you will honk at you for blocking traffic. When turning a corner and merging into oncoming traffic, you literally just go and make your own space in the flow of traffic.
... it off with a smile. He's now our friend for life. He can't understand why we are not eating over in the posh restaurant over the road. Rs100 to £1. They have no concept of budget travelling. Everyone European is rich. Tandoori chicken and Roti and another couple of bears we are ready for the airport. Feeling very confident with the trains, save some money, wheel our bags and catch a train to a station for the airport. Trip turns into a bit of ...
... sweets with no shoes on.
There is cricket on every street & in every park, every sunday. It is as strong as their religion. Only the men though. Much like everything in India. Apart from the back breaking field work. There's plenty of women, with babies strapped to their backs, there.
After a few days we left the comforts of the city for the hot, dry desert and a temple or two!!!