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... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We were pretty much next door to the infamous Taj Hotel which was victim to the terrorist attack in 2008. The only thing we saw was The Gateway of India which literally is just a big gate. The rest of the city that we saw was just another Indian city.
... t believe our luck, we got the last two tourist quota tickets for 2400! In your face tourist agent with your stupid mark up!!!!! (Busy trains have a tourist quota but you need to go in person to buy).
We love India and we thoroughly enjoyed Mumbai. We left the next day for the Goa region. It's a beach haven and a little bit of paradise in India.
The most action packed night of travel is yet to come. Why, oh why, does this keep happening to us?
Until next ...
... They go from blankets on the streets to big posh shops right next to it, big contrast like back in Delhi! We found a little bookshop and bought some travel books, this so we will be able to show everyone where we have been and could decide what to go and see in Mumbai. There was a Starbucks just around the corner from the bookshop, we had something to eat and had a nice hot chocolate and latte. ...
... the visarjan is on the beaches of Mumbai also known as chowpatty wehre sea of humanity gather to view the procession of immersion.
Let me take the liberty, if you are unable to visit the kumbh mela the closest and easiest is the Ganesha Visarjan on Chowpatty and better it happens every year.
So take out your camera and head to mumbai for the next year Ganesha Visarjan.
... s armpit. In fact, we managed to jump on the train as elegantly as our backpacks would allow and spent a pleasant journey passing through the suburbs of North Mumbai munching on Aaron's crisps, which we had forgotten to give back. One of the great things about central Mumbai is the lack of tuk tuks. Rickshaws are not allowed into the centre, instead, 40 000 black and yellow taxis serve the local and tourist populations. That is not to say of course, that taxi drivers are any ...