Kumar Resort & Water Park
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... us, and use it to play music while setting up, taking down, etc. Remith was concerned about playing any christian songs in the temple (he was thinking Indian christian songs), so we played tobyMac instead. He was sure nobody in the village spoke english, so that would be fine. Wonder if we were the first to play tobyMac in a Hindu temple?
All that being said, the village people were very friendly, taking us around town to see their school, and ...
... enjoyable sites; an incredible Jain temple built entirely from marble (as Jain religion doesn’t believe in harming any living things and insects could live and die in holes in concrete); a massive cow shed in the middle of the city, where the cows were so well treated they even got given desserts; and a cycle down marine drive, where the novelty of cycling a child’s bike with no functioning brakes was beginning to wear off.
Obviously we were having too much fun ...
... sights such as the Taj Mahal and teh Golden Temple. After our initial attempt with an unhelpful person at Akbar travel, we found a wonderful representative from Thomas Cook who developed a nice tailored tour for us to see all the main sights.
In the afternoon we walked north along the bay and dropped into Mani Bhavan - the building in which Ghandi would stay on his trips to Mumbai. There were some interesting displays involving miniature figures showing key points ...
... shaped Garbut plateau. A few Habenaria ground orchids peeped out from the grass. These emerge out of a longish stalk, they are white with distinctive 'beards'. Due to grazing they are fast disappearing in the wild. A strong gale force wind followed by heavy rain made us beat a hasty retreat, this time along the western trail. As we walked back, dense cloud settled in reducing visibility to just a ...