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... and finally, the
magnificent and futuristic Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. All around us were contrasts: huge wealth close by extreme poverty; the futuristic technology of Mumbai’s airport rubbing shoulders with the rickshaw; the colourful saris of the women as they entered
the dark, threadlike alleys of the slums.
As we stepped out of the air-conditioned comfort of the Lalit into the stifling humid warmth at 4am on ...
... bus tickets can be bought at most hotels/travel agents and the bus is sometimes faster than the train, you also have AC non-AC options. The AC bus was very nice, I had a big sleeper booth just for me with curtains, I closed these and fell asleep watching a movie on my laptop only to wake up in Udaipur the next morning. Just set an alarm about an hour before estimated arrival, you can miss your stop!
UDAIPUR is often referred to as the most romantic city of India ...
... buying next time you shop. Though now there a few machines, still most is done by sheer manual effort and back-breaking work. We even saw someone pressing clothes with an iron filled with burning charcoal. Ten minutes later we were in a shopping mall called Phoenix Street with every high class brand shop in the world and the local population spending freely and happily at prices higher than in the UK. Great wealth and huge poverty, one city - ...
... point, we were tired and ready to go home. We stopped at some grossly overpriced tourist shops and drove past the Victoria Terminus train station and the Ali Dargha mosque as the sun was setting.
We were so tired that we had dinner at the hotel. It was fine dining, but also came at a fine dining price. The restaurant is new, called Le Cirque, and there are only a few others, one in NY and one in New Delhi. The food was delicious, but it hurt the pocketbook!
... movie Transpotting is actually pleasant.
Anyway it took us over 12 hours to get to Mumbai (it was about 600 kilometers but that means a totally different thing here in terms of time than it does in Europe. Now we didn't actually go downtown where I expect all the crowded areas are, but we still got a good idea of what a city with over 20 million inhabitants in a small area is like, and I have to admit that I didn't liek it one bit, especially not after ...