ITC Grand Central
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Had another big couple of days walking about 3 hours each day. We have been to Haji Ali mosque, and Marine Drive , and Chowpatty beach yesterday. On the way across the Sea Link expressway, (a longer more impressive version of our Seacliff bridge) we saw people everywhere taking photos of Ferraris being driven past, on some sort of a demonstration day. They just jump out onto the road to ...
... both with 24 hours, surprisingly without ill affects.. And we managed to get mugs of fresh carrot juice at the street side juice stand, the best juice stand in India!
On to the Land of the Pharaohs, our next blog…..
We had no desire to explore all that Bombay has to offer, we skimmed a few highlights. We were able to buy the 2013 edition of Lonely Planet Egypt in Bombay! Our thoughts switched to ...
... of the etiquette and just pointed to a couple of things on the menu as nothing was written in English. The food was delicious, we ate a somewhat pancake with vegetable curry in the middle, called a dosa. Our first official taste of the local cuisine in a very crowded venue.
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