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... to the train station to sit and read for a little while longer before boarding our 11pm train. It was a long day of reading.
Before I go I have to have a q1uick rant about the traffic here in India. People in Auckland think the traffic is bad because when lots of cars are on the road it gets full and you end up sitting in a traffic jam (neatly in rows). Here there appears to be no road rules. The lane markings mean nothing, no indicators are ...
... they would never have run out of water here. But the living conditions were very basic with most of the caves being only 1 or two rooms.
We walked back past the first three caves to the exit and were meet by the security guard and yes he wanted money for the tour. I told him again that we did not ask for tour so I wasn't going to pay him. He was okay it and we just walked out.
It was a very beautiful place and ...
... Now all I needed to do was get the horrid taste out of my mouth. I needed lemonade. As usual Andrew had slept through all this, since I wasn't allowed to leave the hotel by myself, I had no choice but to wake him. He couldn't locate lemonade as apparently the receptionist was asleep on the floor but he did have a solution to the smell, his hair gel. I had the tub to smell and he had the lid. We tried to get back to sleep but that clearly wasn't going to happen, ...
... all had to leave the terminal (you have to go through security here just to get into the building) and got the GoAir desk which was 5 deep with Indians shouting who don't know the letter in the alphabet that comes between P and R. Its Q ye dozy *******s. I let Angie at it and looked after the bags as both of us trying to get in there with bags was like ******* into the wind. Next available Goair flight = next day at 8am, a full 24hrs after our original. ...
... were pretty busy, even
around 10 pm on a Sunday night when we were driving back. They showed me where
Nanavati Hospital was and the surrounding area including food options and how
to commute to the flat.
We arrived at the flat, a nine-story building with security
guards to welcome us. We took an elevator to the fifth floor, which had a
sleek, white button panel that was temperature sensitive and looked like it was
made by ...