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Garbage was rampant as we started out. Many of the fields are water-laden. Even though I am a bit fed up with many, it cost nil to smile at locals. Roadside vendors offered a meagre supply of vegetables, not the types who could buy a new automobile fromt the shiny car dealerships. We were on NH 17.
Grain was dumped on the roadside and then bagged. We followed signs toward Panaji. Mumbai was a scant 609k away. Over the Zuami Bridge caught the ...
... in India must be done at least one month in advance or more to secure tickets. Since we wanted to travel by trains instead of buses (they are much cheaper and comfortable) we decided to book all of our tickets at once. We had to look for all different classes in all different trains. The final chart will be later included in the entry “Indian Train System”.
This took us a big part of the day. Later Tez was working on our blog (as usual), while I was buying ...
... br> The drive is a distant one of about 10 hours accounting for stops along the way.
One of the favorite stops is always the Amboli Ghat. It is generally pretty hazy, but it is nice to get out of the vehicle, stretch the legs, and enjoy the local inhabitants, the monkeys. The town of Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra, India. At an altitude of 690 m it is the last hill station before the coastal highlands of Goa and a relatively unexplored ...
... e on the flight my bag came out quick and I walked straight to the taxi place - and got a taxi to arambol for 1370 rupees. The journey was about an hour and by the time I got there it was nearly dark, I had nowhere booked as everything I read about the area said u can't pre book u just turn Up...plus I thought this would be a bit more exciting. It was cool My taxi driver was super friendly and I told him all About my imaginary husband (another piece of advice from ...
... ATM to pay our board but really to buy a ukulele, as I'm going through withdrawal. Gotta strum or die!! Everyone is hiding in the corner for fear I'll ask them to sing.
When you see that bounty of fresh produce in the markets here, you know that there's no food shortage in India.
Big Al has a sore throat, so not feeling too well, he took an ...