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... and retail. At about 8 o'clock in the morning; it was still cool, so the fish smell was not as strongh as I was told before hand.This is a hustle and bustle market; colourful and vibrant of the Koli fishermen at work as they have done for centuries in this area. I enjoyed this market as it was a great contrast to the rest of Mumbai I've ...
... remind you. I am a lone traveller on this journey and I believe life is meant for experiences. Trying new things in situations I have not been in before is what I am searching for. Most of what you read is simple journal entries and not amazing stories of adventure. Because I am starting this blog midway through the trip, I will give you a description of how I ended up here. Read what you want. Sorry for the poor grammar. ...
... was no aid station there. I realized I had taken a shorter route in the last leg and must have ran about a km less than 22.5k since I had missed the Worli Sea Face. I contacted Shru who was now approaching Shivaji Park her finish point at 16.5k, I caught a taxi and married up with her and then we headed back home exchanging notes from our respective experiences. Thank you Mr Vadagama and Son for letting us be a part of the running revolution taking place in Mumbai.
... of Mumbai, and I got a chance to stay there for almost 3 months. There was a small mountain in front of our room.
I remember during my school days, I always used to go to a famous city temple every year during monsoon days, located in the Kaimur range, on the eastern part of Vindhya range. That single mountain is also visible from the top of ...
... insightful take on working with the French "they are arrogant *****" and enjoying his idiotic clowning, the idiot, we were in Mumbai.
We ruddy loved Mumbai, it's quite a contrast to some other Indian cities, clean, amazing architecture and very buzzy with some great restaurants and bars.
We'd noticed two things in India (just two mind). One that they love an advertising slogan and two that everything is owned ...