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... young guys who were sensational! They starkly contrasted with a band playing at the Hard Rock Cafe, whose entire song consisted of two lines 'My big underwear....I just don't care! Na na na!' We thought they were a spoof band initially, but it transpired but they were actually a legitimate group! Aparna, her husband Abhijit (who I stayed with for a few days) and their gorgeous friends were all incredible musicians too - please do listen to her band Esho Funi (she ...
... picture taken with us and would come sit beside us. After exploring a while, we checked into the Bentley’s hotel and snoozed to recover from our flight. The next few days, we visited the Mumbai Museum, tried a lot of Indian cuisine including lunch at a Chiquita chain restaurant (which doesn’t sound Indian, but it was - we had chicken tandoori and desi paneer). One evening, Fiona was asked to take part in an Indian ...
... were OK as we didn't want tyre to burst on the highway. After wheel alignment, this were little better.
After crossing Vadodara, we were constantly in rains for most of the time as monsoon has arrived. We took Ghodbandar- Thane- Kalyan- Ambarnath route to reach Ambarnath exactly at Midnight.
Our journey is finished and we were safely back to home without any bad incident.
... guards and BMW's (due to the 110% import tax India has to pay on all cars,This makes them really quite well off). Bombay is also very expensive. A bottle of Kingfisher is averagely 300 rupees, compared to50 rupees in Goa. The rich in Bombay mske up a very small percentage of the 20+ million people inhabiting the city. After hanging out with our friends one night, who lived in a very nice area of Bombay, we drove past thousands of people curled up on the ...
... is incredibly high), no sick leave and get served drinks a
couple of times per day. On holidays they get paid double. Office workers are
much better off; they earn about 400 Dollar per month. Eye opener was that it is apparently getting
more difficult to get these kinds of workers as they prefer to go to Mumbai for
higher paid jobs and they can get jobs closer to their homes, so no migration