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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 flying visit with lots of firsts!
We wee welcomed with a traditional flower garland at the airport by the sivaraman family!
We watched our first Bollywood movie - 'Dostana'
Took our first auto rickshaw and the experienced the Mumbai traffic madness. Horn tooting appears to be obligatory.
Chiara tried a first successful attempt at haggling to buy a new ...
... for our cakes to give to their gods....one was really pushy but thank goodness she moved on, eventually. Clíona lost her appetite after that and gave hers to a man without legs. So after us unsuccessfully finding the non existent dance school we headed to crawford market, the source of all markets and bizaars in mumbai. By now miriams sun kissed skin was turning a bit red, but she'll be as brown as a berry tomorrow. Lucky thing! Clíonas freckles ...
... from lines to dry, massive loads of clothes being hauled about, and some men bathing and brushing their teeth in the laundry water. This place takes up an entire city block and has 300 cement water basins lined in several rows.
I wanted to get a closer look so we headed down and found the entrance. This place is a laundromat where cheap hotels, public hospitals, and clothing companies (with their newly made clothes before being ...
... were four separate kitchens which you could see them making the food. I had my first glass of Indian wine; white Sula and it was delicious, quite sweet. Vern ordered the food and Ollie had beef, a rarity in India:) I like mushroom wantons and dim sum it turns out !! It really was a wonderful evening, slight moment when Mark nearly choked but he was fine in the end. The doggy bag they gave us for left overs looked more like a gift bag!!
We felt well and ...