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- Airport Transportation
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... got a good deal on this place so we upgraded to kind of like an all inclusive, includes a 2 hour all you can eat and drink for 2 hours in the evening and breakfast buffet. Carole we had a french cab Sauvignon and it was the real thing, the best part it was part of the upgrade.
Ray is planning on ...
... is equally important. Journey derives its purpose from the destination. Journey is taken up after deciding the destination. In the journey of life do we know our destination? If yes, Is our journey leading us to it? If not, where are we going?
While enjoying the journey one must never lose sight of the destination and get distracted. Swami Chinmayanandaji says, "Obstacles arise when we lose sight of the Goal."
... us to learn from. There were also copies of letters he had sent to many of the worlds great and not so great. It was a moving and enlightening visit and we learned so much more about the man and his life before he became an icon for freedom, equality and peace. After that start where do you go. As far as our driver was concerned you follow that by going to Kamla Nehru Park, this is the Indian 'hanging' or 'floating' gardens or so we are informed, intriguing. We park up on ...
Today started with the buffet breakfast provided by the hotel - for the first time the buffet is only Indian food which I think is great. Not sure what some of the dishes were but they were super tasty. We then headed to the closest railway station "Churchgate" to catch the train to Mumbai Central. There was a "ladies only" queue which I joined to get out tickets - a foreigner can purchase a 1 day ticket second class for 75 rupee, that does us. Then onto ...
... see something that reminds you that you're in India and it's almost a surprise.
We decided to try our luck with the Saturday trains, with a single 2nd class ticket costing 10rs (about 10p) for a journey of 45 mins you can't really beat it. The trains themselves are pretty old and hurtle along at speed with the doors wide open ( I'm not sure that they even have any doors) but they also have women's only compartments and plenty of room. Oh, and ...