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Who ever thought of habituating in a desert was the coolest person ever! Firstly before I start my talk (or so to say a blog to put it in a good way) i think we should thank Mr. Narendra Modi for this vision that made our 3 day trip a beautiful journey. This time we planned to visit, not the beaches nor the mountains, instead an excitement of a different place lured us- The destination was a desert! It was decided to stay in the desert at The Rann of Kutch which hosts the ...
... go; this is my station".
What I have come back with is certainly a lot of stories, topics that could merely lengthen a conversation without adding any meaning, that could be best measured in friendships rather than miles, and for once establish how great, feeling lost feels.
That is why, the best trips, like the best love affairs never really end.
As much as I am trying to get used to this blog site, I am not sure why I am not getting a hang of it. Very recently, daughter and I have started to explore Mumbai afresh.
First place to go was Banganga. I had heard about it but daughter didn't even knew it existed, that too right at Walkeshwar, one of the expensive neighbourhoods.
We too a cab on Saturday morning and ...
... flying! It felt really nice to be on the water, as it is extremely hot now!
Back on the mainland, we stopped at Leopold's diner for a delicious and filling lunch. The mango lassie was so tasty! (Along with the prawns, chicken, rice, okra etc! although I didn't really care for the mutton though).
Next, they took us back to the same tourist shops we were at yesterday. Not a good move, as it put dad in a fowl mood. We finished our day by wandering ...
... and the materials were to die for we will be making a trip back there at the end of our travels ;) we then stopped in to the 'Gallery of Contemporary Art', the art work was well displayed and the air conditioned room was a nice escape. We returned to the room for a shower and a beer. We then went to one of the top rated restaurants in Lonely Planet, '5spice', it was a 30min wait, which is a good complaint (busy=fresh). The food was good, ...