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... 8211; yes some comments in English) which looked like a 60s reincarnation.
Getting back to the hotel (or haveli – large heritage home) had Vanessa quite concerned when the tuk tuk driver headed in the opposite direction from our arrival. Laine was not too perturbed while they continued to head in the direction of the conglomeration of city lights. Fears were partially allayed when the problem became clear – the driver had no idea where he ...
... what some of the items sold for. That of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan separated by the Taj Mahal by a master was exquisite. Rupert was going to buy a small one but then realized it was 125 pounds, not the 12.5 pounds he thought.
Up to view the rooftop area there. It is the same building re the cooking classes. I did not sign up for same originally but later opted in, the area showcasing the City Palace at night. I shall continue my cuisine ...
A truck which had broken down on NH4 i.e. Mumbai express way had caused a small traffic jam at Lonavala ghat. Another traffic congestion at Ambani city, Ghansoli took some of our time but we were still on target to meet Sachin at 9.20 at Airoli.
The difference was visible between the goers and the non goers. Though dint sound but sachin was upset within to have missed this trip and the fun; and goes without saying, we'd ...
... are catering for but it's definitely not travellers. I couldn't help but feel hate as I eyed up the cheese loving French group sipping away at their £20 a pop chilled white wine. At least we could admire the lavish plants and artwork. We got back on the boat as soon as we could seeing as we slowly becoming severely dehydrated and went to look for a cafe for lunch. We found a German cafe by our hotel which served amazing cakes and freshly made ...
... carvings and representations. Wandering the temple's 29 halls is quite a meditative process as there is an air of serenity about. It is open to the elements and generates a cool breeze which runs through the complex despite the relentless heat outside.
Jain priests abound and we were approached by a benign bearded and robed man who introduced himself (in a BBC accent complete with received pronunciation ) as the chief priest. He asked what ...