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... the pool at the Taj and sat for about half an hour waiting to order a drink before they told us that the pool was only for residents... By that time we had seen all that we wanted to see so we took a walk around the hotel before making a swift exit.
Leopolds is a bar that features heavily in the book Shantaram (Thank you Mel Hilton for putting us on to that one) so we had to take on an overpriced beer in that place. Down the road is Cafe Mondegar.
... we had booked for the day. To make things worse, Matt tried disposing of his blankets in a wheelie bin which resulted in a women shouting at us to remove them (after she realised they weren't some free, clean blankets she had gained). A nice man helped us out and rang the driver who arrived not long after. He was lovely too. Our day was saved! We had a list of places to see on our proper final day in India. Luckily they were only minor stops as Matt was still ...
... our hotel. We are back at our hotel now and after some skyping and facetiming with our family and friends it's time to go to bed, another long and exciting day tomorrow!
Night night xxxx Miriam and Clíona
P.s remember that we had given out our email addresses last week? This so they could sent the pictures that they had taken of us? We got one sent to us today! (Attached it to this ...
... in when another irate taxi driver appears and refuses to let us get in. Apparently he thinks we should have used his taxi. Our taxi driver opens the door and the other driver bangs it shut. This is repeated several times and a lot of shouting takes place between the two men. We just want to get back. I walk around the other side, tap our driver on the shoulder and indicate that he should unlock the other door to let us in. At this point the ...
... items. We would spend more time in this street walking around. It was very crowded with hardly any tourists and all Indians (a good sign for shopping).
We walked past a restaurant and then decided that we were hungry so went back.
We went back to the side door. The bottom floor was full so we were ushered up stairs which had a different atmosphere to the rush and bussel down stairs. It was more a ...