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... spent hitting the streets where we found Leopolds cafe, the gateway, Taj Mahal hotel and walked along the waterfront area. A very busier city in the daylight hours. The afternoon was spent lazing by the pool snoozing and reading sipping on a kingfisher beer as the hours passed us by.
Our next day in Mumbai was spent seeing the city with a guide which was much better - we first headed to the Sassoon docks which is where ...
... times, Lees demeanour changed. He was ****** off! We finally got to checkout and joined a long queue. After 20 minutes I noticed that no money was changing hands at the till. We were only waiting in the bloody loose rice and sugar queue and people were queuing to get it weighed !!!! Still, could have been worse, they only served 3 people in 20 minutes and we were 20th line, so let's be thankful for small mercies eh. We we ...
... on Marine Drive the first of the fireworks were illuminating the sky. TV crews interviewed onlookers on the wide pavement. I might have expected a few stray faces to appear behind the interviewer struggling to get into shot but no… a Roman Candle was set off just behind her back and that was an indication of things to come.
Firecrackers, Roman Candles, Rockets and high-end professional fireworks were being set off from the ...
... br> • Overnight at Leh
• (213kms, 6hrs 07mins) About 7-9 Hrs drive, depending upon the breaks you take in between
07 Aug | Leh – Hemis Monastery – Pangong Tso Lake
• Cover either of Hemis, Thicksey and Shey on the go towards Pangong Tso
• Overnight at Pangong Tso (Spangmik or Lukung)
• (225kms, 4hrs 51mins) About 5-6 Hrs drive, depending upon the breaks you take in between
... all the sights and stops planned out. In Goa it's the opposite, people are here on a whimsical cheap one-way ticket, with months ahead to improvise around India. You tend to meet a lot of travellers in India who have already seen lots of other places in the world. It's a hotbed for getting ideas of where to plan the next trip. I have to keep laughing at the mismatched Indian sense of time. Today I ordered a taxi for 2pm. He showed up early, but I didn't ...