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... scattering over the cruise, an idea I’ve entertained is a plan to have them tattooed on me but using a nautical flag theme.
It was also Pennys birthday before we got to India so me and Peter sent flowers (who knew the ship had a florist!), she’s an absolutely wonderful dancer and we’ve had so many a laugh with her so she deserved as much affection as we could give her; she’s 23 years old, which actually makes me feel quite old for a change ...
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In the afternoon we look for protection from the strong heat in a large park. I say good-bye to Tooti, which will fly to few hours back to Israel. It is an amusing moment and I must of my home journey and of my people in the homeland think. How it will probably be issued me, if I return and will resume my civilized arranged life?!
Afterwards we chill still some time in the park. When the sun goes down beautifully slowly, we go to the ...
Continuing North we took another coach to Mumbai. This one made a stop so we could use the toilet but the queue for the womens was ridiculous. I was so close to using the men's but the cleaner was a spoil sport. Just as we entered the outskirts of the city the bus stopped and we followed people off to be greeted by policeman asking to check our luggage one by one. They didn't really appear to check anything and clearly got bored before our turn came. We had not ...
With more than twenty million people Mumbai is India's largest and most cosmopolitan city as well as its financial center. Founded as a Portuguese fort at the tip of a peninsula between the Indian Ocean and Mumbai Harbor, Mumbai sprawls mostly northward and seemed even larger as we approached from that direction and encountered continuous urban sprawl starting about 50 kms outside the city.
... with room service at a great little hotel for £5 a night. Ahmedabad is a cute little town in Gujarat, hopping into yet another taxi we were ventured around the city, my favourite spot was a tiny temple where I soon made friends via waves and smiles with auntie next door, soon she was passing me prassard and chai through her window and blessing me. Feeling very welcomed we sat waving, smiling, drinking Chai and soaking in the little temple. Definitely ready for the village and ...