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... off, get run over or get electrocuted by high voltage wires that hang low over the trains.
Next we drove along Marine Drive, also known as the "Queen's Necklace", as the streetlamps look like necklace at night. We passed by the most expensive house in the world built for a single family. A 400 room, 19 story building with its own parking garage, heliport and a staff of 600 people, it was built as the home for an Indian family of 5 people. It is owned by one of two brothers ...
After traveling 15 hours via 2 planes and multiple time zone changes it's really confusing. What day is is? What time is it? What meal is it?
First impressions of Mumbai from airport at 12:35am to Holiday Inn a few miles from airport. People here are very, very poor. Garbage in streets, tin and plastic shacks for homes. Dirt and poverty. We are definitely the ...
The next day I went with a couple of Irish girls and another English girl across to Elephanta Island. On the island were some caves that had been made into temples. Some of the statues were quite cool but otherwise, given it was one of the few things I had heard about when coming to Mumbai, it was quite underwhelming. The best bit of the trip was definitely the two boat rides where we spent the whole time talking about various foods we missed! When we got back ...
... Planet strikes again! The walk there however was pleasant and involved cutting through a giant sports field. It was completely dedicated to cricket. Around twenty games were concurrently taking place, but there was only enough room for about 4 or 5. This meant that each game overlapped with several others in giant Venn diagrams. It wasn't uncommon to see Indians standing back to back at the intersections, fielding for different games.
... meet up again in Mumbai for food once we had settled in our hotel. Ryan and I hadn't booked anywhere on our arrival, which meant navigating our way on the metro to Colaba, the more popular tourist spot of Mumbai and then trying to find somewhere to stay. Luckily we found somewhere, the only down side was it looked like an actual prison! After unpacking and resting we spent time with Bridget and Luke exchanging stories of our travels so far. They too would be heading to ...