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... we took our bags and got on an auto rickshaw to Veraval station which is about 8 kms from Somnath. We reached Veraval quite early and bought some food items for the journey. Just outside the station, you can drink some cold lime soda water with different flavors to beat the heat and rejuvenate yourself. There was approx 1.5 hrs remaining for the train to arrive so we slept for an hour in the retiring room and after, got on the train. Next destination is our home, back to Mumbai.
... well as seeing some Asiatic Lions (it is the only safari in India, I believe, that guarantees you to see this type of lion). I am so excited to get some good shots of the wildlife.
On the way there, I hope to write some blog entries to be able to finish up the North Trip blogs before we head off onto the South Trip on April 6th. I will post the itinerary for that later in the week.
... at the thought of loading our entire kit and caboodle in the back. But it will be 40 Rs (80 cents), he mimed. The guys wrestled the bike in the back and away we went, local style, to get our problem fixed.
Our helpful motorcyclist who had flagged the taxi down for us was waiting to make sure we were dropped off at the right place. Our tire wallah was on small crossroad next to small store selling chips, cookies and bidis ...
Day 107 ;
Internet in diu town, sat reading, eating and waiting to leave at three, took a three hour ride by car back to veraval ready for our tovwrnight train back to ahmedabad.
Went to see the rail police again to see if they had done anything and seems not, not sure what we expected really, but don't even think ...
... lunch for them then cruised through the forest and found some deer and peacocks instead. When we had had all the tasty Parothes we could manage we moved on to Junaghad, a busy and bustling place where Jilly's mum was brought up. Here, we braved the hustle and bustle of bikes, rickshaws, trailers and trucks to buy some traditional Indian clothes. We explored the surrounding areas by checking out places called Mangrove and Porbander(where Gandhi ...