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Great flight from Heathrow to Mumbai. Because we had to sit apart on the leg from Calgary to Heathrow we got upgraded to high economy class. Very acceptable wine, a menu for the main course, and lots more legspace to go with the more comfortable chairs. Even a USB plug in the seat for recharging the phone. We arrived 25 minutes ahead of schedule.< …
... A tuk-tuk ride to the CST train station (supposedly the most beautiful train station in the world) stashed our bags, failed miserably at finding Crawford Market, but enjoyed walking around this lovely station at night, all lit up. A nicely lit municipal building across also made for good photo ops. Eventually figured out the train schedule, and even had one Indian fellow ask us about which platform he was on. Jumped onto the overnight train to Aurangabad (from platform 14) and ...
... station to temple is about 70 INR.
- If you plan to go to Nageshwar Jyotirling, then your can rent a personal "chagda" which can accommodate 3 people easily costs 200 INR return trip.
- Dwarka Temple opens at 17:00 hrs.
- Roadside food starts 30 INR onwards for one dish.
- Transport back to station in sharing "chagda" will cost 10 INR per person.
- Train to Somnath from here starts at 20:35 hrs and its name ...
... which started with entry to a 'locals’ bar where you had to get the password from a beggar in the next street and then enter it in a keyboard to get access to the bar. Watched the cricket and then discovered that Bombay is still in the late 1990’s when it comes to music - apparently Bryan Adams, Venga Boys and the New Radicals are still a big deal out here. It then turns to Bollywood them at about 1am and everyone goes absolutely mad. ...
... by 4-5 waiters who proceeded to deliver a massive array of food delivered in small stainless steel bowls. This was a thali restaurant but we thought we would be ordering first, or at least choose between veg or non-veg. Instead, all manner of curry and chaatni options were repeatedly brought to us; bowls were refilled immediately and the waiters delighted in showing us the proper way of eating the different foods. We were blown away by the whole experience and ...