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... so in theory we could be on some sort of terrorist recon mission. I was only too happy to get away from that place and head to a bar in Colaba for a chilled breakfast and a coffee.
The same afternoon we headed to Lonavala, one of the hill stations about 90km outside of Bombay. We thought we were going to get out of the city to the ‘calm’ of the hills. Wrong. After taking an interesting train ride (were given bunk beds for a 2 hour journey) and stopping off at the ...
... to Dhobi Ghat – an interesting place where all of Mumbai's laundry seems to be done. We saw a complex range of water channels with places for mass washing of clothing and a whole bunch of colourful clothing hanging from multiple locations. Apparently only men work here and the women do the ironing inside the houses. It was certainly a site to behold – it is amazing that amongst the volume of laundry and visible chaos that customers do not lose more items.
... the taxi drivers need chai (I can totally relate, really) We finally get to Ahmabad station and find out that there is a train at 3:30. Yes, that would be am. So, we wait. Manu (bless his heart) was able to buy tickets for us. He had to use a pimp and he paid double the face value but at least we were on the train and most of us were together.
We walked on the train and I thought I wouldn't be able to go in. There was ...
... The MTDC is currently closed for renovation but if the work has not yet started in all the rooms, the Manager will let it out on request. The MTDC is not for those who seek swimming pools, discos and other such pleasures. Our first trip of this year was on the 12th of September. Matheran was engulfed in cloud, pleasantly chilly by Bombay standards. The hotel Manager informed us that it was their ...
... ok, so the place had very intermittent electricity so they were very small, but still managed to make their beeps and pings and little tunes part of the backdrop of noise). What was surprising was the horses. They were everwhere - and they were healthy and well behaved! Possibly the first well-cared for, dare I even say loved, creatures we'd seen in India, Matheran is full of beautiful, glossy and fit horses. No sorry looking fat tourist ponies here - the ...