Travel Blogs from Alibaug
... go to Elephanta Island as did me out of 500 Rupees before you could say scam. I don't think we need the details.
Picked up a stalker on the boat over from the Gateway of India who paid for my entry and seemed to be threatening to follow me around for the whole day but did skulk off after a while, very nice chap.
The myriad of caves on Elephanta Island were borderline worth the hour there and back boat ride with some interesting ...
... the opulent hotel towards The Sea Lounge and almost trip up on our open mouths at the Louis Vuitton and Chanel stores and sumptuous jewellery on offer! We walk into The Sea Lounge a cool room with a grand piano playing and take our seats overlooking the harbour and Gateway to India. We order a chicken burger and chips and a mushroom risotto - simple yet so satisfying. Plus it's the first proper meal I have had in 5 days after being poorly. We could ...
... don't call it spice jet for no reason! Marks poorly today though :( i need to look after him. INDIA!!! We have arrived in New Delhi and its been a slightly sketchy scenario but we owe a big thanks to a very very kind young man who helped us get out from all the Indian men slowly luring in to try get a sale off us. I have no idea why the kind guy thought me and mark were tourist though (as I came falling/bundling out the doors with a backpack pretty much the same size as ...
... resort and spa. Upon enquiring about the available rooms we noticed 5 other team rickshaws out the front including our Pommy friends from the first night in the small huts.The rest is history and we are now spending a beautiful night in a posh resort. Fully aware that we are at risk of losing sight of the real reason that we came to take part in this challenge we have vowed to make sure we aim low for tomorrows accommodation. Should be interesting to see where we end up. ...
... We caught a First class ticket to cst (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus)), according to the itinerary that Zarik and family recommended. Walk to all places and met Rishi Imposing, exuberant and overflowing with people, this is the city’s most extravagant Gothic building, the beating heart of its rail- way network, and an aphorism for colonial India. As historian Christopher London put it, ‘the Victoria Terminus is to the British Raj what ...
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