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From Mumbai we traveled by train to Goa while Tim and Sura (our truck) left early for the long drive to meet us there. I am unclear whether the three train journeys included in the itinerary in India are a matter of giving Dragoman travelers an alternative transportation experience or a response to travelers complaining of very long days of slow going on some of India's most traffic-clogged roads.
Anyway, Goa is ...
... That is what I am waiting for anyway. We are so happy to be have reached Goa with no dramas and no pants wetting during our 14 hr overnight bus ride (one toilet stop). We are also happy to be alive following the insane car trip around Mumbai yesterday. Oh my hell, how to even describe. We didn't have that much time to spare yesterday, also our hostel was out in the 'burbs, so we decided to hire a driver to take us around and see the sights. (Victor the chatty ...
... road conditions especially in the wet season I may change my mind somewhere along the way.
A few things I would like to do in Mumbai is visit the Dharavi slums, The Gateway to India, Dhobi Ghat which is a massive open air laundry where thousands of locals wash clothes by hand every day, I have found a good tour company in the city which do day tours of a few of these sights so will hopefully book one of these upon arrival.
The hostel ...
... I didn't think id make it from the bed to the bathroom!! Lets just say there isn't a lot else I could be embarrassed about with Jack now.. That defiantly broke all barriers - least its prepared us for the rest of the trip :)
Anyway we hired some mopeds out on Weds after the stray dog scenario we thought it would be best and quickest getting around on one and its defiantly been the best choice! Only cost us 300 INR (£3 apx per day)!! Bargaaainnn! And we've been ...
... by how expensive the airplane tickets were to Nepal, I decided to drop by and sit with my friends next door at Potala, within 5 minutes, everything was sorted out. After some smoke I was told that I can simply go up North by train all the way to Varansi (the holiest of Hindu cities) then to Nepal from there for peanuts! I was handed everything from business cards of a guest house from a fellow traveler, to which specific ...