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... gangs of Bundi. Taking some time out from the heat and dust of the city of Jaipur we take refuge at a heritage inn pool. Paying the Rs 700 for non-guests we change into our swimsuits and splash in the cool waters while a young servant dressed in very Indian garb, complete with a long white Kurta and red turban, stands attentively nearby. After some time I tire of swimming and lounge poolside to watch the children swim. The young servant wanders off, perhaps ...
... attack that happened in 2008. Our final stop of the tour was the Colaba Causeway. While most people in the bus spent the time we had at the Causeway shopping, we opted to find an Indian restaurant to have lunch. We were both looking forward to Mumbai for the food, so making sure we ate in town was very important. After a short search and a quick exchange of currencies, we sat down at the Dehli Darbar for lunch. We opted for a mutton Rogan Ghosh, Naan and Rice. I ...
Although I have been through lots of countries so far on this adventure, India is definitely going to stick with me. It is... intense, confusing and confrontational and I needed to try and get some thoughts down about the experience to help process what I've seen over the last couple of months!
Lots of people that I spoke to about coming to India described it as an "assault on the senses", "you'll either love it or loath it" and, although I ...
... damn rare ibex anyways - ha ha. We're starving by this point and wanted lunch. I asked the driver to stop at one of the fancy hotels overlooking the gorgeous scenery. He said he had just the place 15 minutes away. An hour and a half later I asked him to pull over so I could get a protein bar out of my bag. He found a restaurant across the street but we were out of the tea and spice plantations ...
I spent two days in Mumbai, one of the largest cities in India. It is home to Bollywood (which is a bit like India's version of Hollywood). It is also home to some of the richest and poorest people in India. There was lots to see in this busy, colourful and exciting ...