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- Minbar in room
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... on their roofs or balconies. The Farsi are an interesting people. They immigrated to India about 1000 years ago from the Middle East when they were being persecuted by the Muslims. You can only be born a Farsi and if you marry outside, you are no longer Farsi. For this reason, their numbers are dropping. The Farsi community is fairly wealthy (our guide told us Tata is Farsi), so they are encouraging their people to have more children by offering incentives (like paying for school). ...
... to 16hour day!! And there can be a lot of waiting around, and I'm sure I'd get all hot and bothered!! Besides, they were filming the next day and we had a flight booked for 7am!! So no big break in Bollywood I'm afraid! Instead we blended into the crowd and caught the local bus out to Haji Ali Mosque...another tick from the book Shantaram! The mosque is out at sea, at high tide the path to it is cut off by the ocean. After the kodak moment we headed to ...
... with food. They had a mix of Indian and Western options which included brown bread toast which was toasted to order. It was probably the first time all year I've had warm toast where the butter actually melts when you spread it. Amazing.
After a big day yesterday we committed ourselves to doing as little as possible today. With our steady internet connection we ...
... does in traffic when riding a scooter he weaved and created lanes through the hectic traffic, all at speed whilst on his phone. Luckily the amazing scenery of Mumbai kept us distracted. Coming through in the late afternoon light made everything sing as the bay came alive with colour and people. Our craziest drive to date saw us arrive at "Fariyas" hotel in dam quick time. I had proudly found this hotel online and decided to spoil us for a couple of nights in ...
... I told them it is too soon to say, that this is my first time on an Indian train. I got a good laugh with that one. I'm sure they believed me.
I got a pretty good rest, even though I was anticipating having to go through the same thing again switching trains in Mumbai. Something very relaxing about sleeping on a train. The rocking and bouncing that would scare the **** out of me on a plane lulls me to sleep on a train.