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Elephanta Island is about 6sqmiles and is 6 miles or about an hour ferry ride from The Gateway. Its popular not just amongst tourists, but Indians aswell. I had seen the queues to the Island on previous days, so I decided to take the first sailing at 9.00am. A return ticket cost £1.60pp, a 10p tax pp is charged by the Government on the island and 10p pp if your an Indian national or ...
... desk now gets verbally harangued and produces phone number off his computer (don't ask!). Gleefully lady goes to room to ring number (time now 1pm) and guess..... yep; phone number not available - ring consumer service ( and they are where?). So too late for that tour.
Day does get better as we take a private tour for the remainder of the afternoon. We got to see some of the most beautiful examples of British buildings - Victoria Terminus; Taj ...
... next to a slum, **** got real. We wandered the roads around the slums attempting to find a nice rooftop bar. After we put 2 and 2 together we jumped in a cab to the Four Seasons hotel. It wasn't as easy as we thought. The bar had a stock trouser only policy. We were advices to go to the local mall and pick up cheap trousers. This being the Four Season, they recommended a mall we didn't think existed in Mumbai; a mall that had shops ...
The final blog is here! I know, heartbreaking isn't it? Maybe we will carry on a blog of normal life after this because you have all become addicted to our lives now like a series of Friends. Friday 5th July We had a driver booked for the day so we could explore a little more of Agra, so although Tom was still suffering from indian illness we met our driver at 11am (as per usual we had two men in the car) and went to see some sights. First of all we went to glimpse the outside of ...
... started before I'd even arrived. A friend had told me all about the trains and what to expect, etc. What I hadn't been told was how important it is to buy tickets in advance. As I said earlier it is possible to just turn up and get a ticket. People on wait lists for full trains often do get on as others cancel. There's also a small number of seats reserved for foreigners. But the best bet, by far, is to have the ticket pre-purchased. India has an insane amount of red-tape ...