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Thats us arrived in Mumbai and are fighting the fatigue to get over jet lag. We got a drive round the area of andheri and tried a custard apple fruit, coconut water and putta rice for lunch. The monsoon is here for sure but the temperature is lovely! ...
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... When we got back to the hostel a big group of us went out for dinner and then to the cinema. It was great to be back within a big group of people, by far the biggest group of people I had socialised with in India! The cinema was my third attempt to see what I had in my mind as Bollywood. I failed. Although the film was really good, about a street kid who makes his own speed skates and goes on to become 12-14 boys state champion (and therefore can somehow afford to send ...
... know where they are going but every one gets nearby to our destination and has to stop about twenty times to ask local rickshaw drivers. We had a good night at the club but waited for hours to get in as nobody knows how to queue. I've also never heard music so loud in my life but our ears did adapt after a while. We watched a violinist play along with commercial Indian dance music and reluctantly drank expensive drinks. We had paid approximately £10 for entry ...
... s all there in one great mix. The standout symbols of the Raj are staggering. We speak of the revamped St Pancras in London but here we find the working and untouched originals - a majestic central post office and the Victoria railway terminus of grand and large proportions; a Dickensian High Court open to visitors and worth a visit with its bewigged barristers pleading cases in English; the hidden 150 year old Sassoon ...