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... because the power went out.. Again. The animal whisperer was following the crabs around today to see where they'd go and see them run down their holes.. He threw a flip flop to see if they would run/crawl what ever they do and he caught one with his flip flop not meaning to hit one, he did try his hardest to see whether he would walk but he didn't so had to put him out of his misery! Aw the animal whisperer has a bad omen on him! Naughty naughty. He ...
... rave on about it, with this in mind we checked to see how it would fit into our ever tightening schedule. With the very inconvenient bus and train times we decided to forfeit the trip and instead relax and enjoy more of this amazing state before we fly onwards to Mumbai. Sometimes you need to weigh up your options and today was definitely one of them. Our decision was finalised by a kayak of the bay and its swelly headland, of course being my luck we would ...
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There were many frustration-I think I had one train that left on time, I had a bike that failed to start on most mornings and exchanged many a pensive moment in return for bizarre questions and questionable music from awful speakers-but this is what makes India even more interesting, its predictable unpredictability. I have spoken to numerous people about the draw to India and all ...
... knew that if they hid them and went to the back of the queue they'd get more, not silly when it comes to sweets and presents! We then packed and got ready to leave for Mumbai and start some proper travelling.
So Sunday we landed in Mumbai we thought it was 2013 but apparently it's still 1965. I actually thought we'd arrived on the set of some dodgy 60's American sitcom as you can see from the pictures of the taxis! It's a strange place really as had a ...
... one whisper of the word is all that is needed for cases of lost phones. (more Oi! would have been required if it had been stolen)
Seconds later the phone reappearred, bourn by the Indian lady who had cleaned the room. Bertt gave her a 100 rupees for being honest and returning the phone.
Later he had a different response - should she not have handed Bertt's phone into the safekeeping of the reception desk? Maybe she hadn't been honest ...