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... drank a few mouthfuls. NOW he was satisfied. …. or maybe not
We were presented with Doug’s camera case.
“Do you have a knife?” the Security man demanded to know.
“What? No, we don’t own a knife.”
Doug’s camera case had to be opened. What that man can pack into a camera case is beyond me.
... although a little heavy on the pockets, absolutely worth a try once. Booking for motor paragliding was essential.
Our next day was simpler! Until we took off for Kala Dungar at 3 pm, we lazed around playing indoor games at the activity center, cycling around the 2 kms area and watched Baktyar Irani's shoot crew gearing up for a shot. The cultural charm of this place must be what's ...
... station. All crumbling and faded covered often in scaffolding made of bamboo. Lots of attention from everyone - the girls learning to say no and ignore things. ? It’s the only way to manage here.
Found out some interesting things like - In Mumbai they have dinner wallahs who bring office workers their packed lunches every day so rich people don’t have to carry it in themselves. There are thousands of lunches every day delivered by people on ...
... of the night was to see Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus), known locally as “VT”. Imposing, exuberant and overflowing with people, this is the city's most extravagant Gothic building, the beating heart of its railway system, and an aphorism for colonial India – LP. Yes, it was impressive...
The 2nd and 3rd days consisted of us heading down to the Gateway of India, which is a giant archway built in 1911 that looks ...
We ended up going to the restaurant which was recommended to us by some foodie friends of Juggu and Shub- The Indigo, in Colaba, Mumbai. It was a fantastic restaurant. The food was amazing. When we arrived we were asked our names, as we didn't book ahead of time. We sat outside and had a drink, and by the time we went to our table they had a menu printed out in our name with the chefs suggestions for the night, a lovely touch. We both had ravioli of artichoke and feta - delicious. Then I ...