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... head wobble has got to be seen to be believed! Generally this means 'of course sir' but is a bit disconcerting at first and is actually very difficult to do-we have tried it on many occasion and looked very Silly in the process!
Gods and goddess,
80% of the Indian population are Hindu, 14% Muslim, 2%christian, 2%Sikh ,1%Buddhist and 1%other religion.
Spirituality is the common thread that, along with family, weaves through contemporary Indian society. ...
... place. We had it clear, he just needed to get his commission but we were too tired to argue with him so we let him accompany us even though we basically found the next place without his help. The place was called Sea View Hotel. Its rooms were well furnished (double bedroom with TV, A/C, Wi-Fi and private bathroom), it looked quite clean and there was one room that was available immediately (just needed to be tidied up). The price was IR 1,500 per night. It was quite expensive for ...
... Another hour later we arrived around where we thought we would stay. Piling our bags in a heap Fabian went to our researched hotel to check it out. Eventually, we checked in, all in the time it would take to fly across the world! We were quick to settle in and organise a taxi to take us round the sites of the city. Visiting the beaches, drives, gardens, temples all in an afternoon. Finally arriving at my long awaited tourist destination...Leopold's, Leopold's is a cafe in ...
... kids grabbed us on the way to lunch. It's heartbreaking. After lunch we got a taxi to the station and quickly used the Internet to check the timetable as the trains are sometimes delayed during monsoon. 'What's the date today?' Asked Tom. '19th why?' 'Our train was yesterday!!' He shouted. Argh!! We don't know how either of us had made this massive mistake, we panic brought another ticket but it was for the lowest class carriage which is based on a first come first serve ...
... in Dubai!! Luckily the driver from Anjali Inn was still waiting outside 1.5hrs after our expected arrival time!
The heat was unbelievable. So wet and hot, 30'c and torrential rain. Mumbai airport was leaking in parts from the amount of rain falling! We got a taxi to the hostel and the roads of Mumbai were just what we expected.... mayhem!!! Moto's and tuktuks weaving in and out of everyone, people walking front on into the traffic, zebra crossings full ...