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... afraid of heights! We girls convinced the only man of the group that there was no point in even attending this festival if he did not ride in the balloon with us. Despite his fears Ian enjoyed the ride, however we did see a few tears here and there but shhh… his secret is safe with us!
Flying in the balloon was so much fun and we all wished we could stay longer but at 6pm we got back on the road to the airport to begin ...
... breakfast and one after for lunch. We had our breakfast served on a banana leaf and ate it with hands. South Indian food is chili and yummy.
Later in the evening; Sukriti and Rajesh came over to our hotel to say bye. Tomorrow is our departure, and I will be leaving for Kolkata to meet with Izati.
... the city. Lunch was first on the agenda seeing as it was already 1 o'clock. We stumbled across an amazing underground food court full of every Asian dish that you could imagine freshly cooked right in front of you. Nelson was in food heaven, he couldn't get enough! Not bring able to carry much more shopping it was time to leave and make our way back to the hotel to collect our bags ready for departure to Melbourne. A long dreaded 8 hours ahead on an overnight flight home. No sleep all ...
... on their heads to make way for new construction and right behind the luxury apartments where I am staying are shanty homes constructed from corrugated metal, mud brick, and tarps. I was expecting to see these kinds of scenes, but nevertheless, it has my mind reeling with many questions and emotions.
How do they deal with the overwhelming piles of trash on every street corner? How do people navigate without street names? Do the people living in shanties ...
... his wonderful family for the great time we spent toegther. I would also like ot thank my Bombaiwala friend for accompanying us, keeping the log of happening, taking pictures during the drive, continue to remain a spirited (or sprited) person and being a navigator throughout the trip.
Due to Gods grace, It was a 1133 KM long and perfect drive, in just 48 hours
Till another round of crazy ideas envelop our minds.. adios..good night..good ...