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... nice to finally relax. Some of the guys ordered food as well, don't know how they could eat after the massive and late lunch, but yeah, men ;-) I did have a bite of Bennie's pesto pasta, only because it smelled so amazing but apart from that I stuck to beer :) At some point relatively early most of us got sleepy so we called it a night and only a small group decided they should go to the beach and they seemed to have had a good time too, but I was happy to hit the ...
... we had the time to take. It was an interesting moment when the buses tried racing each other to the bus stops. They get paid for the number of passengers that they take so it was a race to get to the next stop to pick the passengers first! They were cutting each other up and blocking the way then ushering the people on the bus as quickly as possible so the other bus wouldn't overtake! Hilarious to watch! When we got back to Mumbai we took a local ...
We swapped rooms to another place as where
we were had hammering and building works going on at 6am in the morning not to
mention a cock a doodle dooo making horrendous noise so we moved along the
beach a bit – better room with a built in ceiling so less bugs and still lovely
view of the sunset from the balcony outside.
We were invited to Phil’s ...
... the guy in
front. He smelt shall we say “a bit funky”. I myself could not smell it as much
as Jess. She spent most of two hours with a scarf round her face trying not to
gag. Poor thing!
The flight passed fairly quickly. Well it did for me lol! We
got off the plane and grabbed our bags. We were met at the exit to the airport
by our taxi driver. I asked how long the drive would be and he said 1 hour
45mins. Wow pretty ...
... my eye as soon as we arrived in Mumbai is that men that are close friends or related often hold hands or fingers or walk with their arms around each other (and, no, not a gay thing). In contrast, men and women seldom are seen holding hands or touching each other. Another contrast today at the beach was young men in nothing but their underwear, whereas women are very fully clothed. I’m not sure I saw even one Indian woman in shorts let alone a swim ...