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... we ended up not resting until we reached our destination.
The 5 hour journey ended when we reached the village after little direction challenges. We ended up in a small hut, on a farm which had a variety of plants cultivated. From the custard apple tree, to tamarind, to pomegranates, i could see a row of different leaves, testing our aptitude for the plant kingdom. Now the working part, here we meet our actor who plays the role of the driver in ...
... grill and butter chicken for main with some garlic naan and 3 or 4 beers each. Remember this is India so it cost us £25 each for one of the nicest restaurants in town. It was a treat as we had struggled so far. We left absolutely stuffed to the brim and headed to the notorious Leopold's bar in Colaba which still has all of its bullet holes from the terrorist attacks. This Mumbai party bar was dead so we got a cab home and slept ...
... boarding for Sri Lanka seem to have since done the trick.
My onward flight to Sri Lanka was at the brilliant time of 3:00am so even after checking out of the hotel as late as possible and taking my time getting there, I still had about ten or so hours to wait.
A bit of that ten hours was used up dodging yet another scam. Climbing out of the tuk-tuk a guy approached and asked what time my flight was. Then he bought his mate over, who tried to convince me ...
... on one roof top, computer and tv parts on another. Unfortunately we were asked to not take pictures as the slum are these peoples home and the organization has worked hard to gain the respect of the slum residents to do these tours. Giving back 80% of our tour fee also helps gain that respect too.
We then walked by a factory that washes and restores vegetable oil cans and another restoring oil drums. Then we waked by a bakery making bread for ...
... that Simon Ling from Ashtead was able to join us as his support has enabled us to complete this home.
There is no such thing as a dull journey in India, there is always so much happening. People are so industrious and, in a country with no safety net, there is not time to sit around waiting for help – you have to find a way to help yourself.
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