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November 10, 2014
After deplaning in Mumbai there was another "transfer" check and then security. The processes used by each country are so different. In Mumbai we had to put a Jet Airways tag on each carry-on bag which was stamped after going through security. The women went to the left through security and the men to the right. Kate's purse got the once over but otherwise it went well - or so we thought...
We proceeded into the ...
One day to go and we are just passing time, went down to the Gateway and caught a ferry to elephanta island which are caves with carvings out of the rocks. The trip took an hour and then 120 steps up to the caves with stall sellers either side and monkeys throwing things down from the trees. We stayed for about an hour then returned to the hotel. We ate fairly early then caught a cab to Chowpatty beach where families ...
... staying for the next two nights before joining the ship, our room although smaller than the Hyatt has a nice feel with a balcony overlooking the Gateway to India and around the bay. We can see the cruise birth from our room so we should be able to check that it has berthed before we get up. The hotel was extensively rebuilt after the terrorist attacks in 2008 with a spend of £50 million and looks ...
... The cinema itself was part of a derelict shopping complex, but despite appearances was very flash inside. All of a sudden, we were away from the heat, noise and poverty and enjoying a movie (Thor 2), just like at home. The return journey was just as fascinating as we watched the slums close down for the night, with families outside preparing food over rusted gas cookers and fires. The train was packed though. It must have been the time of day because ...
... awkward about the word? Guilt?
Probably, I felt like some Royal prat walking around the site of a
horrendous natural disaster feeling sorry for everyone and then
returning to my riches and spoils afterwards. I did take some
photos, although they don't really portray the place and not just
because I'm **** at photography. Mumbai requires a number of senses
to be working simultaneously to capture the atmosphere. A photograph
alone is ...