ITC Maratha, Mumbai
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... we must get ourselves organized to continue our adventure. We are really enjoying Bombay, and as a result are anxious to get further into the country's culture and lifestyle.
With that in mind, we have located a new India Lonely Planet guide book, and have purchased a new, but smaller, backpack. There will be a lot of room in the pack initially, as we will buy things as needed. Should be interesting to see just how lightly we can ...
... seared fish, and Mark had juniper berry cured tandoori chicken. They were both delicious. However, it was extremely expensive in Indian standards, Rs7000.00 which when converted to AUD140 wasn't bad for both of us. Yesterday we went on a ferry to Elephanta Island, to see Elephant Caves. The caves are not what I expected, in that they are not natural caves. They have been carved out thousands of years ago in the 3rd century AD. There were statues of Hindu gods carved into the rock ...
... smooth, and I'm glad we picked a place right next door to the International Airport. Less stress worrying if we're running late. Its important to not feel rushed when lugging suitcases, bags, baby, stroller, toddler. It was 930am when we left and we were at the airport in 5 minutes. The transfer cost Rs. 675/-.
We found the airport relatively quiet. I've noticed this before. Morning flights are usually less crowded. For some reason, most international flights, I think, ...
... a bit of some cricket games on my way back to the hotel for a light lunch. Included were jams from Tiptree!!
Decided that one tour per day is enough and have been sorting this blog out - its just starting to go go dark. Tomorrow, I have a free morning and then the rest of the tour turn up at lunch time: so somebody else will be doing the organising from there.
Might have a bit of Japanese tonight - we shall see.
... to us and we did not have a clue what he wanted and just ignored him.
We made our way to the Fed Ex we cam across the evening before. We soon learned that we had got confused with the exchange rate and it wasn't £7 to post the items home but actually £70. We decided to try our luck at the General Post Office just around the corner. On our way to the General Post Office a man approached us. He was the same guy who shouted ...