Krishna Palace Hotel
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... beach, Gujarat, the Ajanta Caves- and just because we were toying with the idea of going; the Maldives, Sri Lanka and the Andaman Islands(Havelock Island especially ).
India has an abundance of flora and fauna and animals we have seen in the wild are as follows;
Tiger, dolphins, cows, dogs, cats, pigs, sheep, goats, snakes, spiders, a whole host of bugs, monkeys, chipmunks, deers, horses, donkeys, king fishers and other birds. Camels and elephants though sadly ...
... at the banquets provided. Mark duly ate everything he could and we settled down our stomachs for the trip to Mumbai which left vaguely on time.
Now for our finale - the f..up. We arrived in Mumbai International Airport (all of one week old) around midnight, got thru the assorted formalities and went out to find that our complimentary bus to the hotel wasn't there.
So, an hour later, after much stuffing around, we have money, pre-paid taxi and we're ...
... him 70p and they did a really good job! Afterwards we met the rest of the group for a sight seeing city tour by taxi. Mumbai is so busy so we spent most of our time stuck in traffic, with no ac. We went to the sea front, to 2 parks and then too a place where some religion take there dead to be eaten by crows instead burying or burning. We also went to see some nice building that had been built by the British and there were still old red double ...
... a tip he decided that wasn't enough and demanded more money refusing to open the boot with our luggage in!! So what else were we to do but pay the greedy thief! We saw a three tiny little children (not yet old enough to walk) at the train station, one was tied to railings and the other two crawling around under people's feet, India is truly heartbreaking! All three were caked in eyeliner which seems to be a real big thing for babies here! We were back in the 2A carriage ...
... The food has been constantly delicious and I can't quite believe that during my 7 weeks in India I've avoided Dehli Belly. No matter what area of India you're in, there is always a spirituality which is infectious. There are times when India is magical.
But India's extremes are endlessly confronting. I've learnt to take the good with the bad. The trains are challenging, especially when you have to share your booked seat with two other people that haven't booked. But the ...