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Out came everything – it was unbelievable. All of that was put into a blue airport tray (who ever makes those and puts them into every airport must have made a fortune !).
And then the issue was exposed. Doug had packed a nail clipper in his camera case … the sort you can buy from a tobacconist on a small chain.
The security guard looked closely at it and decided it wasn’t a ...
... br style="line-height: 15.86px;">Kala Dungar was a 2 hour long journey with a stop at a village called "Gandhi no Gaam". No this is not Gandhi's village, instead an NGO requested to name this village upon Gandhi after its rehabilitation due to the Bhuj earthquake. Kala Dungar is the highest point in Kutch & is around 60 kms from the border of Pakistan (should we actually say, we were almost in Pakistan.)
From this site you can get ...
... foot who cannot read or write down destinations/times/pick up points - all colour coded apparently ? for delivery all over Mumbai. Never late and always to the right guy - how do they do that?
Stopped off for a look at Bandra on the way home and walked into a side street cafe 2m wide with a few tables in and locals staring - masala dosas ( a favourite of ours from old) on offer and chai! hurray! - great little meal for £3. (Masala dosas are like a very ...
... the harbour. Food stall vendors selling snacks, along with touts offering to take your picture for a fee, mix in with all the others in this popular hangout spot. We ended up "joining forces" with a bunch of young Arabian and Indian tourists, taking each others pics for free ;)
From there we walked along the main roads, checking out the other impressive colonial pieces such as the Taj Palace (site of a major terrorist bombing attack in 2008) and the Prince of Wales Museum. ...
... seared fish, and Mark had juniper berry cured tandoori chicken. They were both delicious. However, it was extremely expensive in Indian standards, Rs7000.00 which when converted to AUD140 wasn't bad for both of us. Yesterday we went on a ferry to Elephanta Island, to see Elephant Caves. The caves are not what I expected, in that they are not natural caves. They have been carved out thousands of years ago in the 3rd century AD. There were statues of Hindu gods carved into the rock ...