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... seems to stretch for miles. Taking this bridge cut about 90 minutes off the trip to south Mumbai. South Mumbai is where the majority of British colonial government buildings are located. The Brits may have terrible food, but they build some amazing buildings. The structures in Mumbai are truly unique. We drove past many cricket fields with the teams practicing on our way to The Museum of Mumbai. A ...
... we managed to see/do a lot, including watching a Bollywood film. It seemed fitting to catch an Indian blockbuster even though it had no subtitles - the AC was worth the full $6!
Our Asian departure was imminent, but our flight to Ethiopia, Africa had finally arrived. Questioning the unknown Alex and I were saddened to be leaving the tourist friendly South Asia and the comforts of stress free travel.
And with that we had to remember Hukuna ...
... take big risks when driving.
· Shoes are to be taken off before entering most places, Christian churches included.
· There does not appear to be any traffic laws. Just suggestions.
· Toe rings, particular necklaces and vermillion in the part of a woman's hair signify that she is married. ...
... it was actually pretty darn good. As I paid at the counter I asked why this was the only place in town selling beef. All 3 staff members there didn't say a word - Maybe a touchy subject?
Back at the hotel, True Legends and other Kung Fu action movies were playing late at night to entertain us as well. Nothing crazy or uncomfortable happened, we just had great weather, food and enjoyable times while here, when we least expected it.
Our next stop – ...
... continuously coming to a complete stop due to a power outage, I didn't get out of the airport until 4:30am. But once out, Deep was waiting for me, along with a driver to take us to the hotel. We were staying at a Taj hotel, a chain of hotels which was started 120 years ago. The man who started the chain was an Indian man who once entered a British hotel during the time when India was a British colony. The Indian man was refused a room and turned away from ...