HILLTOP HOTEL MUMBAI
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... temple (he didn't want to take off his shoes) and while he was waiting, he found a beautiful hidden garden and fountain that he took me to when I came out.
We then went to visit the Banganga Tank. A peaceful spot in this busy city, it is a holy spot with a natural spring said to have begun flowing when Rama (?) shot an arrow into the ground. Many Hindu people believe it is connected to Ganges River (it is not), so they deposit the ashes of their dead in the water.
Successful full day around Mumbai! I don't even know how to describe it. It was exhilarating, scary, amazing, eye-opening…so many things all in one. I was driven around all day in an Audi by Dave (don’t think that’s his real name). Dave was fantastic! He drove me all around, would walk me through some of the sites, and take my picture!
We started the day by driving across the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. It’s a massive bridge that swings ...
Although I have been through lots of countries so far on this adventure, India is definitely going to stick with me. It is... intense, confusing and confrontational and I needed to try and get some thoughts down about the experience to help process what I've seen over the last couple of months!
Lots of people that I spoke to about coming to India described it as an "assault on the senses", "you'll either love it or loath it" and, although I ...
Prior to visiting Mumbai we had many people tell us we should skip it altogether; that it’s dirty, crowded and crazy. Well, considering we think that Bangkok is a very lovely and livable city, we figured we would feel right at home. Turns out that all opinions are correct; it is dirty and crowded and horrifying (especially when attempting to cross the street or get a taxi), but also fun and lively with colorful markets and people.
... late, again sharing stories of our travels and asking questions about Hinduism to Abba (the Grandad) as he is a Pundit (a Hindu Priest). Meeting and staying with both of these families has been such a highlight if our trip, not many people can say they were fortunate enough to stay with an Indian family and experience the culture first hand. The next stop for us is Goa, much less cultured and more touristy, but we are looking forward to beaches and relaxing for a while. Love Ami ...