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... blessed and got a little orange flower!
We decided to head back to the room for a shower as it was so unbearably hot and go out for tea. So, we went back out to the colaba area and got an amazing thali (various curries, yoghurt, rice and chapattis) and a banana lassi! The whole bill came to rs460 which is around £4.60 so we were amazed!
The next day we woke up a little late, around 11:30am and decided to explore the gateway of India area a ...
... to thinking about safety issues. Luckily for us this was a calm day and the crossing was quite enjoyable. There was a large poster on the ferry that read "No photography allowed on the vessel by order of the Indian Navy", this had no effect whatever to any of those on board and iPhones, cameras and the like were used ad nauseam. The boat took over one hour to make the 7 mile voyage to Elephanta and it was an enjoyable experience in ...
... so we got high tea and bevvies every night, which we obviously made the most of. Today after our arrival we decided to freshen up and do a spot of washing, in the bath tub of course, it had obviously been a while as the water was black, but when the clothes are on they don’t seem that dirty. Oh well clean now, but our room does look like a Chinese laundry. Off to the Irish bar tonight to catch up with the troops. See how Glyn and Shaz ...
Mumbai is awake all the time and everyone is going 100 miles an hour all the time. It's not too much though which I was afraid it would be. It's a mix between the good parts of Bangkok and Longsite market. The food is incredible and you can buy pretty much any fake designer football shirt you want. Want a Barcelona shirt with a United Badge on too? Get to Mumbai! The only downside is trying to work out who to trust. I think like with ...
... again. We were shattered after dinner so we went for a stroll on the Queens necklace (the nickname of Nariman Point Road because of the lights) to digest the dinner and retired to our suite for the evening.
Next morning we were up early for breakie even though we weren't even hungry from dinner the night before. We then headed down to the gate of India and to see the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel for some picks. The place was awash with tourists and ...