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... He said he would met us off the train and so he does. Knowing someone who lives in a foreign city is a big help and Paul soon has us in an air conditioned taxi on our way to their apartment in Chuna bhati.
Paul and Maureen's hi-rise is one of several in a gated complex surrounded by a mainly working class Indian community. It overlooks the river, railway lines and a large recreation ground, a golden triangle of hard packed earth that hums and buzzes with the slap ...
... realise so once again we had to re-enter the country we wanted to leave just so we could leave, ironic isn't it?! After hours of getting confirmation of cancellation and our bags back, we booked the next available flight with another company and now depart in just a few hours. One thing it has done has given us a tougher shell which we'll need for this 3 month voyage, can't wait for the change of ...
... Express in Colaba last night (noted for future use). Today, one of the EY Directors took me for lunch in a place in the Palladium shopping centre, which was basically all you can eat Indian food. They were piling things up on the plate faster than we could eat them, including some delicious curries, mango lassi, some kind of rice pudding thing, chutneys, and the most vile sour milk drink I've ever tasted. The lunch went on for 3 hours and by the time ...
... It was to start from Goregaon Crossing ( Aarey Colony) at 0430hr and end at NPCA (have been trying to decipher the abbreviation, must be Nariman Point something something, Cricket Association may be a fair guess in our cricket maniac country) . However time, stamina and courage available with us permitted participation only upto Mela Restaurant (22km) by self and upto Shivaji Park (16.5km) by Shru.
Runners can be crazier than golfers I thought on seeing so ...
... Just one stray dog. For the first time in India we saw people walking dogs on leads. Apart from the buses and taxis, all vehicles were fairly new and none had the dents, bumps and scratches that they all had elsewhere. Everyone is better dressed and the young are fashion conscious. We saw locals smoking cigarettes for the first time too. Elsewhere they tended to chew tobacco. Last ...