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It is worth the effort to get here just to see the caves and we are glad we came. The journey here comprised of a train (nice AC2 bed with sheets, pillow and blanket) and another train, (non AC, sleeper section, crowded but comfortable enough as we had booked seats), we had a two hour stop in Mumbai (Bombay) which was long enough to get from one train station to the other and grab some food, my favourite train food is the vegetable biryani and it was brilliant, ...
... and he told us he was a the top and had no clue what sign we were talking about. Go figure. We're too cautious. Have to live life on the edge next time. We went around the meeting spot and gathered by the tree where everyone else was. It was time for lunch and I was nice and hungry. The only problem is that we were missing Alex and Jacqueline. We all headed into the restaurant by the meeting spot in hopes that they wandered into their. They didn't turn up but we sat down to eat ...
... they only saw a cardboard version because construction wasn't started until 1915 and the gateway wasn't completed until 1924. It was just 24 years later on February 28, 1948 that the last British troops, the First Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry passed under the gateway signalling the end of British rule and India's independence.
The Gateway of India was also the disembarkation when four gunman attacked the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in ...
... caves here in India.
So after a pestering ferry ride where the boat conductor tried his very best to charge us a 'white man tax’ to sit on the top deck, we finally arrived at Elephanta Island. We headed straight for the amazing cave that was dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, and were once again mesmirised by another glorious cave here in India. The three headed Shiva shrine in the centre of the cave was well worth making the long trip out there to see. ...