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... time he did speak was when a motorbike crashed on a roundabout in front of us. We both agreed this was unfortunate. The driver dropped me off at what he said was "50 meters from the beach as requested sir". It was more like a mile or so...looks like he was ****** off about the fare after all.
Despite being tired, thirsty, hungry and just generally ****** I negotiate a decent price for an en-suite beach hut. After ...
... karate style stretching or the absolute flat asphalt track or due to running a back to back HM in 21 days. Anyways as we continued, it was good to see so many more runners, mostly in their mid-life like self dealing with midlife crisis by indulging in this . By the time we were approaching Mahim to my horror I realized that Sanjay was even more clueless about the route than I was, so I decided to ditch him and moved ahead. At Mahim Church dawn was ...
... than anywhere. The people are considerably more monied and dress modernly as well, it's obvious wherever you go though there are plenty of homeless families on the pavements. The train station was the most touristy thing I saw and its probably the nicest train stn building I've seen in the world and I also visited the Gateway to India which faces the Taj Palace Hotel (I was SO tempted to book a room here but common sense got the better of me, next time ...
... next day and I wished him luck with it. After several such encounters it really started to hit home to me not only how good we have it in the developed world compared to India, but also what a pathetically small amount we know about them and their culture. By the time me and India were ready to part ways, I had done a complete turn around on it. I'd found untold respect for them, the hardships they have to face every day as a matter of course and their spirit despite of it.
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We stayed in the rather fancy Taj Palace in Mumbai, it really was quite a building, "taking hospitality to the next level of wow!" It was truly a lovely place albeit some what eerie given its recent tragic past.
We ate we drank and were merry in this great city, a short stay before doing a tour of Rajasthan.
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