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... enjoying an afternoon out. We make our way around the monument, navigating the locals snapping pictures and the touts trying to sell us gigantic balloons until we all agree that we need a reprieve from the crowds and the heat. Luckily the Taj Mahal Palace hotel is just a few feet away so we make a dash to its promised sanctuary. Once we pass through the security check point and enter the main lobby, we enter a seemingly ...
... of shoe markets etc on the streets. We went out for dinner to Pritams, a restaurant a few metres away. I tried this drink- strawberry, lemonade, and vanilla. It came as a bright pink drink, and was soooo sweet I couldn't bear to have more than a few ...
... again, I guess it reminded me of home and my emotions (or exhaustion) got the better of me. That said I felt much better sitting by the sea with a cup of chai and our salad sandwiches enjoying the sun set on Mumbai. The serenity was short lived when we were approached by a she man who clapped twice then asked for money, when we said no she/he cheekily poked Paul "downstairs" and kept walking! Hilarious!! Maybe not so much for Paul lol.
After the creepy ...
... live in at home where we go to a super market to pick up everything from the one shop without sometimes even stopping and talking to anyone. Every thing from the simple tea houses to the barber shops were worth a photo, we got so excited about seeing the colours of the vegetables that Lil was inspired to buy not one red carrot but five, which at the time was a great idea, except we stopped for dinner ...
... out, time out' Imogen and I have also enjoyed delirium induced my music and general silliness which has been lots of fun. Durning our tour of the nice side of the city, Imo Ricky and I were crammed into an auto rickshaw in one of Mumbai's crazy traffic jams. At the middle of the street was a raised concrete divider splitting the traffic into opposite directions on which sat a couple. I don't think they were pavement dwellers, ...