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... guessing) as they were asking for volunteers to stay behind and fly tomorrow morning and we would get €600 each to do so! - no chance luv. We would have thought about it if it was €1000 each and overnight hotel paid for! The woman at check looked at us in a snooty "you tight b**tards that's a lot of money" sort of way haha! Schedules to keep by sorry luv. The English dining restaurant to watch the rugby game, much to Scott's disappointment Man U v arsenal wasn't playing! ...
... the protection and the destruction of the universe.
After walking all around the island we decided to go back to the town. It was around 16.00. We took the ferry but this time it took around 2 hours to get back to the Gateway of India so by the time we arrived it was already getting dark. We wanted to finish the walking tour that we intended to do the day before. Starting from the Gateway of India we passed by the following buildings:
- National Gallery of ...
... Unfortunately it proved to be largely underwhelming and rather expensive, after two small glasses of beer we headed back to our hostel via a kebab store. The evening did however have one highlight as we approached in the street to appear as extras in a Bollywood movie. Whether the chap who stopped us was actually from Bollywood as he claimed I do not know but it was an interesting conversation nevertheless, one which ended with me politely declining ...
... is really fabulous here and priced well. We met on board a couple that we were touring with for these two days, and they were jewelers so I was really excited, since that is not what I usually shop for. So, even though Steve swears he didn't organize this, that afternoon, all of the jewelry stores went on strike to oppose the new 1%2525 tax being implanted on jewelry. Boy, were we upset (or I should say me). Anyway, we did find a few shops open, ...
... kinds of strange foods. Each of the wallas had their own distinctive calls, each as incomprehensible as the last. Think an Indian Manchester Evening News men selling chai and coffee and you're pretty much there.
Reading the scare stories about finding accommodation in Mumbai easily would almost put you off coming, thankfully this was just LP being melodramatic, I found a cheap place near VT train station and dumped my bag to go for a wander in ...