Hotel Arma Court
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... walk up the ramp and we were in shopping land again. I bought Doug another SD card – he has about 20 or so at home but didn’t bring any other than the two in his camera. On several occasions before we left, I asked him if he needed another card … the answer was no. But now he needs a new card !!! On the ship, the full sized SD cards are $US69 for 16 GB … we got it at the airport for $US12.
We made our way to the Gate ...
... amp; Pakistan guarded by the BSF. Full of patriotism, we returned to our camps, ready for the next day's sunrise. I wanted to capture the Rays through my lens and hopefully managed some too.
Child, seniors & family friendly, I'd recommend this place to anyone not seeking the pleasures of luxurious life, ready to live in tents, loves exploring different cuisines and loves watching the sun go down over the ...
Today we did some work for an hr or so - starting to try a little regularly but it’s surprisingly difficult to fit around plans. we’ll have to make time. Planned loads of time to get to the bus depot which we did without difficulty in the afternoon after a meal at the hotel (checked the taxi driver’s pupils - ok)
Both Rob and I’s hearts sank - bus dilapidated dirty incredibly hot and no toilet - yes - ...
... place playing hits from the 80's like “Good Vibrations” and 90's R&B, this was the only place in India that had beef on the menu – and lots of it. Knowing that we could eat beef again in less than a week, we tried the chicken “Sizzler Platter”, a sizzling hot plate filled to the gills with fried rice, veggies, chicken and french fries, all mixed together with gravy on top! Looking like something we'd throw together when trying to get rid ...
... When we got off the ferry at India Gate, we walked down to the Mumbai museum, and had a wonder around there. On the way to the ferry terminal the taxi driver took us through the old part of the city, and showed us the Dhobi area,where they wash the clothes, and the fish market, flower and vegetable markets as well. Having had this glimpse of the city, we have decided that we don't need to go on an organised tour of the city, which was going to cost us Rs5750 for the day. A couple of big ...