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Back to busy city life in Mumbai but even though this city is the financial capital of India it seems a lot calmer and safer than Delhi. Don't get me wrong..there is still people and animals absolutely everywhere. Still people on the streets without homes and kids begging for food. It's Easter weekend but there is no sign of it over here. Most of the population are Hindu so they don't celebrate Easter at all. We went to the cinema yesterday and it was ...
... dressing modestly. It also bans any woman who is having her monthly. Strangely photography is permitted as long as we do not stand with our backs towards the idols at any time. We are also prohibited from entering the inner temple area. We are able to satisfy all criteria so permission to enter is granted. This temple is renowned for it's beauty although to our untrained eyes the colours look somewhat gaudy - unusual, but not exactly the Sistine Chapel :-) And now ...
... gave us directions to a right turn that was a 'no right turn' but in India that doesn't really matter.
After a short time we arrived at the temple, the right one. :)
We hadn't had any lunch so decided to find a restaurant before visiting the temple. We walked, and walked and walked but could not find any restaurants.
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... quickly here, but we are told that there are a certain number of seats reserved for tourists. Not sure if we are too keen on trying the sleeper buses yet, but however we have to get there we are willing to tough it out!
More adventures in Mumbai will include: an Indian cooking class, a tour of the slums, and possibly a trip to Elephanta Island, which is full of old caves with carvings and temples.
More to come!
xoxo Sarah (and Leah!)