Hotel Unicontinental Mumbai
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... the tomb of Haji Ali and a mosque only accessible via a causeway at low tide. By this time of the morning the traffic was getting pretty heavy. The streets were filled by cars, many of them yellow and black taxis (mostly little Hyundai's). At the museum, everyone was ready for a bathroom break -- and there were only two! So we spent some time waiting in line before visiting the museum. Most interesting in the museum were a series of small dioramas that told Gandhi's life ...
... Maitrey, Lamayuru Moanstery, Lunar Landscapes
• On the way you can also see Gurudwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic Hills, Confluence at Nimmu
• Overnight at Leh
• (417kms, 8hrs 09mins) About 10-11 Hrs drive, depending upon the breaks you take in between
05 Aug | Leh – Khardung La – Diskit – Hunder
• Head for Nubra Valley and stay overnight at Hunder / Diskit
• On the way enjoy a cup of soup ...
... 5-6 hours as the results come in, while 3 animated politicians waggle their heads and make angry/sad/happy faces as the results come in. Absolutely compelling stuff and I’m sure it almost boiled over into violence once or twice. I would love to see that in the UK - Paxman smacking Dimbleby in the face while a sad-faced, animated Nigel Farage shakes his head at the bottom of the screen would make things so much more watchable on election night.
... seared fish, and Mark had juniper berry cured tandoori chicken. They were both delicious. However, it was extremely expensive in Indian standards, Rs7000.00 which when converted to AUD140 wasn't bad for both of us. Yesterday we went on a ferry to Elephanta Island, to see Elephant Caves. The caves are not what I expected, in that they are not natural caves. They have been carved out thousands of years ago in the 3rd century AD. There were statues of Hindu gods carved into the rock ...
... info I can find). One of the few times I've been happy to have been wrong! After the flight took off, the boys settled into the seats. Zach loved his personal little tv and the fact that he could pick what he wanted to watch! He also loved the snack and the drinks. Funny boy. Zane was tired for some reason, and much earlier than I would have thought, he had his milk and went down for a nap. The FA saw me carrying him and asked if I wanted her to set up the bassinet. I said I ...