Trident, Bandra Kurla, Mumbai
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... sleeping on the streets. It's a lot to take in but in a city of 15 million people settle in wherever the can find a bit of open space. As the temperature continues to rise we reach our destination, the Gateway of India. Originally erected to commemorate the arrival of King George V the monument has since become a gathering spot for locals. Catching the tail end of the Diwali festival we share the site with an abundance of ...
... of shoe markets etc on the streets. We went out for dinner to Pritams, a restaurant a few metres away. I tried this drink- strawberry, lemonade, and vanilla. It came as a bright pink drink, and was soooo sweet I couldn't bear to have more than a few ...
... experience we thought it would be wise to make our way back to the station. Now this is when the story of our day gets interesting. After our tuk tuk drops us off we had to walk down this dark, almost under the bridge road (don't worry it was busy and less scarier then the description just given) towards the station. Once we arrive we are told we were at the wrong station, that in fact our train would depart from Mumbai CST station and not the Bandra station which ...
... bucket list was taking in a Bollywood movie. This is a bit unfortunate, because touristos like us who can't understand a word of Hindi, and there are no English subtitles, only go to watch the apparently hilarious Indian audience that is anything but quiet during the movies. A definite missed cultural experience. But no worries. We will add it to the long list of things to see and do next trip. Now we are off to the far north, to Kashmir, the Land of ...
... like kings ...a selection of paneer, Dahl and okra dishes, rice infused with Cumin seeds and chapatis galore and desert. Too much food for us.... But we managed to squeeze it all in at the expense of the carrots. But not to worry, we donated them to a family living on the pavement...I am sure they thought that was a very odd donation, but accepted happily. Tomorrow a new adventure, Udaipur...can't ...