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... sight & were rendered speechless. We were the first & caught the walk. My friends were ecstatic & flamboyant to the rest of the safari drivers & tourists, of what we witnessed. A moment I too believed in what they said “Our safari was accomplished now”. A tiger has an average life span going up to 15 years and the Tiger we witnessed was a male tiger approx 2 years of age.
... but ended up over seventeen by the time we crawled into Varanasi. It was late when we got on it and instead of making other trains late by allowing one to catch up ahead of them, they allow the late one to continue getting later and it is just tough luck if you're on it. Oh well.
Varansi is one of the holiest cities in all of India and the Ganges which sits to one side is visited by many thousands of Hindus each year to find salvation, cleanse themselves and cremate their ...
... to 16hour day!! And there can be a lot of waiting around, and I'm sure I'd get all hot and bothered!! Besides, they were filming the next day and we had a flight booked for 7am!! So no big break in Bollywood I'm afraid! Instead we blended into the crowd and caught the local bus out to Haji Ali Mosque...another tick from the book Shantaram! The mosque is out at sea, at high tide the path to it is cut off by the ocean. After the kodak moment we headed to ...
I was walking today and a driver stopped me. For $26, I could rent him for half a day to show me sights ...
... again it was free to enter and told an interesting story of his life and his accomplishments. We then drove through some slums where there were families living on the roadside and goats tied to posts everywhere. The 'fancy' houses in the slums were stacked on top of each other like a game of Jenga. Our last sight on the trip was the Gateway to India - a Champs Élysées type structure on the seafront of Mumbai, which was built to commemorate the visit of King George ...