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... together. We ate..and ate and ate, watched the sun go down standing at the door of the train compartment, cracked terrible terrible jokes, laughed at each other & ourselves. The train had no pantry but we equipped ourselves with stuff that lasted throughout the trip- obviously since we were no less than a bunch of hungry wolves- hungry for adventure too. We ordered Chinese, indian, juices and ice cream from a pamphlet distributed to us at the beginning of the journey. ...
... us up for 2 1/2 hours after landing. Thank goodness Mumbai airport is the most inefficient airport I have ever flown into because it took 1 hour 25 to clear immigration and customs. So time to grab a Starbucks at the international arrivals of the business capital of the world but no wifi or bottled water, before meeting the driver. Mumbai has failed to impress me thus far ...
... was there to pray and worship and I didn’t see any other tourists around. I didn’t stay long and as I walking out to get my shoes I finally saw the sign. It had a lot of rules but the ones that stood out were to please take off your shoes, women must have their heads covered, and that women on their monthly are not permitted to enter.
My driver was harder to understand this time and the traffic was insane. I was basically just in the car for most of ...
... managed to find some the Court rooms (there are over 60). We were surprised to see that apart from a slightly more informal approach to advocacy, hearings were run in much the same way to back home.
One of our goals for Mumbai was to check out the Mumbai night life that we had heard so much about on our last visit. So that night we set off back to Leopolds. By pure chance we agreed to share a table with two Indian girls who turned out to be ...
... place to stay this turned up trumps as this driver knew one of the few cheap places to stay. However this did result in argument breaking out between the tuck tuck drivers and a local man all arguing about who was going to take us and collect the commission. We finally reached the hotel which Lloyd managed to get for a decent price and settled in to our room. That evening we ventured down the road to a ...
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