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... back out with enough time to head to the train station in an attempt to book a one way ticket to goa. We couldn't do this easily and were directed all over the south of the city getting conned left right and centre. We finally book a sleeper bus for tomorrow night (13th) with chandni travel. After the satisfaction of booking a ticket out of Mumbai we jumped on a train to the city centre. Again this was an experience. Though when we ...
... seemed not to notice me a second time. Later, while wandering to pass the time, I found a waiting room at the end of the pathway. For a 70 Rupee entry ticket (less than £1), you can go inside where there's air-con, food and electrical points to plug laptops into. Remember that if you're going there. Just ignore the people outside.
The long wait did give me time to reflect on India and to ask myself some *************s.
So what went wrong? Well, in retrospect ...
... 35 mins was probably too long - to have been there for an hour or so would have been incredibly boring. A lot of the stuff is copies as the real things are in Delhi.
Finally off to the Victoria Railway Station which is now called Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. See, old Chh...... gets around abit. The airport is also named after him.
Back to hotel dinner and somewhat early bed.
... rupee boat. The sights, chanting, clapping, colors, beautiful, preying, live music, drums, lights smoke, women pushing to buy candles, hoards of people gathered watching, people
wiping the dripping faces, boats congressesd in front of the ceremony, flowers, colors, smells of incense, lights ,dark ,splashing , preying, wiping the sweat amassed into an amazing array of beauty but on a boat with 43 other people was sweltering. In the day time I did not do much, ...
... they turned out to be very nice. People were walking in and out of the house as if it was the local clubhouse. We discussed a lot of things and skyped with Janine and kids in the Netherlands. It was a great and unforgettable evening!
In the afternoon w visited a ashram (Hindu temple) with a guru and did some praying.
My host sister is called Manali. The family is very modern, so she is getting engaged on the 26th of Feb with a ...