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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 11 (+3)
Cable cars used - 1
I woke up today with the present I got for my mom still in my hands. It's a book about a man who escapes prison in Australia and makes it into the Bombay mafia. Anyways it's 3 am and the boys are telling me I have to get up and go to the taxi. The drive from the hotel was eerie because there was no traffic. Our driver still let out random honks, it just be habit. At the airport we stop for Pizza Hut not expecting much. This was great pizza and awesome ...
... really miss him. He has provided so many laughs and kept us safe from the many hazards on Indian roads. When we reached the airport I shook Devraj's hand and gave him his tip envelope and our email addresses as he sincerely wants to plan a trip with us to the Himalayas, staying at his family house for a few days. The handshake turned into a full hug initiated by him which I didn't expect. I have to admit I sniffed back a few tears. On to the flight and a ...
... s Night" with a theme of Red Carpet Glam. All of the bride and grooms friends gathered for a night of partying, dancing, and drinking in a private club. There were passed appetizers, open bar, DJ, photographers, and everyone dressed in their glitziest Western clothing they had. All other wedding events would be in Indian, traditional clothes, so this night was the night to bring out the Western gowns. We partied til 2am before our driver took us back to our comfy ...
... wearing more substantial footwear than my flip flops! It was a fascinating place to be. I could go on and on about all the amazing things we have seen and done with IMC but I think that's enough for now. Today (Saturday 25th May), Azaria and I went to Elephanta Island. We walked around 6 caves with giant Hindu sculptures and carvings. We also shared our lunch with some of the many monkeys that inhabit this island. It was a fun day out to celebrate an amazing 2 months in ...