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... diversified economy and is the nerve center of finance, commerce and fashion in India.In Colaba in the south of the island of Bombay end, is the most hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions of the city, including the famous India Gate, a great triumphal arch built in 1924 following the designed by architect George Wittet.Near the Gateway of India is the "Barrio del Fuerte", financial heart of the city, where they ...
... and he compared it to Doug’s and then I recalled that Doug had lost his original card and this was a replacement … this must have triggered something because then he understood – must be a problem with replacement cards and wrong dates ! He called up someone who checked that Doug was a passenger so we were allowed up the gangway. He called over a deck hand to carry our hand luggage up the gangway and then - yay – we were on the ship.
... black and yellow cab, they are tiny and Lee looked massive sitting bolt upright in the front next to the driver who wasn't so small either. It was a hilarious journey, the gear stick was a steering wheel column shift and was minus a fourth gear but that didn't stop the driver trying to find it at any opportunity resulting in an ear shattering grinding. The speedo didn't leave 0 and wing mirrors were never even installed as I suspect is the case with the elusive fourth gear. Fabulous ...
... Staring is not considered to be rude.
· Although there are always people sweeping and cleaning, nothing ever truly seems sanitary.
· If you order a drink or an appetizer, it may arrive after your main course.
· Indians don't appear to have much road rage and drive slowly but, despite ...
... makers. When the others finally arrived after their 6hr plane delay we relaxed and took in the sites and sounds of Bamanwada. Lucy and Becky went to investigate the drumming outside our hotel which turned out to be a bridal procession (i've now heard jingle bells on bongo drums!) The next day we took the taxi drive of death into the centre of Mumbai, seriously anything goes here in India when it comes to driving. And I've learnt that you sound you horn a, when your ...