ITC Maratha, Mumbai
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Mom turned 60 today. We almost missed her birthday due to flight delays but we are so glad to spend this day with her. Still struggling with jet lag , we decided to take take a quick drive through the neighborhood I grew up until my 21st birthday. Greg was able to see all my schools and the places I would hide with my friends after missing classes …
... crows eat the bodies. Our driver says Mumbai is 50% Hindu, 30% Muslim and 10% Catholic. According to him they all get along well, go to school together and become lifelong friends. Marriage are arranged only about half the time and the young people want to be modern. This is why I see a lot fewer traditional clothes on the women, although there are still a lot of long tunics over pajama pants and saris. We finish up about 7 and buy some oranges for dinner.
... ages without my book which was locked away with my phone etc. I ended up drinking my bodyweight in chai half out of boredom and half to stay awake. Eventually everyone filtered back in time for lunch. It was the afternoon by this point, I had smelt delicious food being cooked all morning and was starving. We joined the line to be told there was a special line for foreigners and to stand there. We were given soggy plain pasta, overly boiled vegetables still in ...
... didn't feel able to continue our explorations around Mumbai. But we have promised ourselves to come back to this vibrant, noisy, extraordinary city and get to know it a lot better. We have really liked what we have seen so far and the taste of Southern India has left us wanting to come back for more. The rest of the day passed quietly and with a couple of days at sea to come, hopefully the recovery will be complete by the time we reach ...
... The chairs have a length of bamboo attached to each side and 4 Indian men provide the motive force. It would be a laugh but we pass. The caves themselves are well worth a look and for a total cost of about $10.00 makes for a good half day outing. Next was the camera issue. Walked up to the camera district, everything here seems to be grouped together. Computers, audio equipment, phones, photocopying, sports gear, ...