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... br> The white-capped Himalayas poking high above some clouds told us we were close to Kathmandu. We landed at the Tribhuvan International Airport and stepped off the airplane into hot, smoggy air. The airport felt like others we each had visited in third-world countries although this one seemed to be older and needing more repair. Arriving at the baggage area our carry-on was put through yet another x-ray - not at all sure why - and then we were ...
... on Nilachal Hills at about 800 feet above the sea level. We were excited to drive along the zigzag road but committed to drive safely. We reached the temple in almost 45 minutes. I must say that the roads were good though a bit narrow. We could spot the temple from quite far and the view got better as we approached closer. ...
IN MUMBAI WITH XTREME SPORTS – 23 MAR 14
We were in no mood to run another HM after having run one with Jayanagar Jaguars in Bangalore on 09 Mar14, however on arrival in Mumbai the news of a long run of 32.5km starting literally from our door steps was simply irresistible. Even the fact that I had a flight to catch at 1100hr and the race was to end at 0730hr at other end of the city and the notorious Mumbai traffic did not deter us from joining ...
... main streets, in the Starbucks coffee joints, on the bridges and beneath the overpasses. The devastating poverty that millions of people live in here is starkly different to the wealth and opulence of Bollywood and the Taj Hotel. We were shocked by the homeless lying on the streets, the families huddled together in the gutters, but also the money so readily thrown about by the super rich in the south. It was eye opening and heart rending; we wish we could have stayed ...
... Farookh Jishi, father of the infamous Hass Jishi).
Although not of Indian blood Farookh (Dr. Jishi) was born, raised
and educated in Mumbai and although I've met him many times before it
was excellent to meet him in Mumbai so he could deal with all the
curiosities we've encountered during our stay. We spent a good few
hours in his company and visited a local family business (Hass' Uncle
is a Dentist) and Farookh's Mum's home (where Farookh grew ...