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... travelling from north to south there is so much variety. Perhaps strangely, some of my favourite Indian food was at the ashrams - kitchari and upma being my favourite. I also really enjoyed anything like the dosas, uttapams, dal curries, stuffed tomato curry and thalis. I did not get sick once in India. Using hand sanitiser and carefully selecting the places you eat seemed to work for me. I had street food too, so it is possible to not get Delhi belly! During my time in India I had ...
... a "boy" to take us down the street to the local Vodaphone store to install Logan's sim card and get hooked up to the internet. It took awhile but no problem and soon we were off without having to wait 1-2 days for the system to start working. Thanks very much Logan!! Back at the hotel the restaurant wasn't open so we crashed. Awake every 1/2 hour and finally up at 03:00. Diane tried to turn on the lights but accidentally buzzed the front desk -- sorry!
... mostly about our running exploits. As we approached Kalanagar – Kalina crossing, aircrafts surprisingly all Jet Airways were taking off over our heads, probably Mr Naresh Goyal must be an early riser and practicing for SCMM I wondered. Further ahead near Bandra, a group of runners from a group called MIG in orange t shirts joined us. It was already an hr since we had started but I had no idea about the distance since there were no route markers. ...
... once again headed to the bus station, this time to catch a bus to Ellora. Here we were approached again by the rickshaw driver who offered to drive us there for a good price. The Ellora caves we beautiful, with the first cave, cave 16, being the largest and most elaborate. The Ellora Caves contain a combination of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain caves and carvings.
6th Feb was a rest day. We chilled out in our hotel room venturing out for lunch ...
Between writing the above blog entry and getting
around to posting it we changed our plan and we've just arrived in
Dehli. Before I write about our thoughts on Dehli I'll finish off
our thoughts on Mumbai (I'm aware I keep changing tense from first
person singular to plural, apologies for this but I'm trying to
represent Donna but make it clear who is the author).
Our penultimate day in Mumbai saw us meet up with