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Wow … the end of our adventure in India – hard to believe as there seemed to be a long build up and then all of a sudden, abracadabra ! and it’s gone !!!
Our drive to the airport was uneventful – quite a few cars on the road but no traffic jams.
Delhi Airport is huge, looks new and check in was quite efficient.
Success !! We got ...
... wearing a different culture, language, leave apart the dressing. Dhordo-the tent city was welcoming, the climate was pleasant. Guests were greeted with a tilak and an artist wearing a puppet horse outfit with a Dhol performance. Tents were allocated and we were ferried by buggies to a destined zone for the AC tents - zone H.
There are zones A-I, each having their own 50 odd tents, with a total of 340 odd tents in the entire city. ...
... no food. too much money/not enough small money.
In the end decided that the only thing for it is to get out there and give it a go. Should be easy to find food/water and change some money …. ? yes?
The culture shock is mega - Rob and I have been before and were kind of expecting it but still - the noise the heat the sweat the dirt the filth the traffic the decay the people the noise the noise and oh my god so hot and ...
... LP. With a population of about 18 million people, Mumbai is the home of Bollywood, India's flamboyant film industry. Surprisingly/sadly, about 60% of it's population resides in the slums though...
Expensive cars, modern buildings mixed in with the old and decrepit, a city skyline finally worth looking at, and streets lined with palm trees - Mumbai was unlike any other city we've been to in India. The view outside our taxi ride was enjoyable for the first 30 or so ...
... was really big and impressive, but the view over the sea was even nicer. The sun was nice and warm by this time so we leaned against a little wall to enjoy this a bit when a family with kids came up to us asking if they could take a picture with us. We are getting used to this now as it happens in nearly every city, but this was different, after taking professional pictures (photographers where walking around with portable printers to make and ...