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... at her utter joy and energy. We cross the road to the other side of the park and enjoy the views over the city. We meet a young man selling peacock feather fans and he proceeds to give us a tour of his park. We also talk a lot about the cricket, and he gave a long and considered lecture on how India were going to beat Sri Lanka that evening. It was listening to him and wandering around that we discover why these are called the floating gardens. The gardens are on top of ...
... live in slums, it's not necessarily seen as shameful or low-status. There is 24-hour electricity, wifi is usually available, and the people pay rent; indeed, a house in the slums can easily cost 10,000 pounds. As he put it, "The really poor people live on the streets, not in the slums. Poor people can't afford to live in the slums."
It was certainly an interesting end to our stay in India. I've learnt a lot: how to make chapatis and aloo gobi, how ...
... the Gateway of India, to catch a ferry to Elephanta Island, an hour and a half from Mumbai. The boatride was hot, and Mr H was sweaty and red in the face when we arrived.
Once there, we paid for a toy train ride (basically a short trip along the pier), which left us at the foot of a long and steep set of winding stairs. Before setting off, Mr H managed to purchase a cricket hat, to keep him shaded. Cost: 100Rs - about 1 pound. He tried to get a hat for ...
... money & all the modern gear. It is very hot & humid & I doubt we will ever get use to it.
We walked past a cricket field & there must have been 6-10 teams playing.
They seem to take it serious here.
Rell is going to the salon tomorrow to get the works should cost around $50 a cheap price to keep her happy.
We also checked our ongoing flight & got the hotel to book our transfer to ...
... met two models, styling designers hats. Over the next four days (25th - 30th) we toured Mumbai. It was nice to be joined by a fellow traveller, Serena, who was also staying with us. Mumbai has some good, cheap shopping, made even cheaper by our excellent haggling. Together we got jeans down from R1500 to R600 (£7), we have now mastered all the skills required including muttering the price and the slow walk (every step was R100 off starting price). We tried out ...