Hotel Unicontinental Mumbai
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Mumbai Magic is the name of the company that provided a private Mumbai local's tour to six of us. Our guides were two girls in third year university and were both very good. The tour started at the Gateway of India, right next door to the Taj Mahal Hotel (famous for the terrorist siege it suffered a few years back), and involved walking the streets to take in various sights. A short one block walk brought us to a ...
... quietly and watch the ceremony. Appetizers and drinks were being passed, the bar was open, people were talking and walking around all while the priest performed the ceremony. I really wanted to see things though, so I grabbed a drink and walked right up to the stage to get a close up look. The bride was brightly dressed in red and gold. She had on more diamonds in her necklace and earrings than I have seen in 10 jewelry stores combined. Her henna stretched halfway ...
... caterer and late so we were weaving in and out of 6 lanes of Mumbai traffic, up on pavements and everything! So fun, cracking up hysterically, just like the effect that horseback galloping has on me, it must be the adrenaline!
The wedding itself was a bit of an anti-climax and quite tiring but I got fed and paid.
Next stop...Goa and after Mumbai I am ready and I'm going by train!
... were mobbed by crowds. They wanted a photo with us. And by us they meant Bella. We got out of there pretty fast.
So what's up next? We've got a couple more days in Mumbai and then its off to Jaipur. Bella's Mum will be in the same city on the same day so hopefully we can catch up for a coffee. Damn, I wrote so many more notes of things to say, but I'm out of time and this is getting too long.
Until next time
Sam and Bella
... your coupon to the delegated pani puri man who would make them up for you one by one - it was a crunchy explosion of flavour that would linger and be so refreshing in the oppressing heat! One evening I was walking along the beach in Juhu, soaking up the atmosphere- marvelling at the group of young men, sitting in a circle, singing hindi songs from the 90s together, and the children chasing balloons, and the old women selling flowers. People gathered there to ...