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After seeing the caves of Elephanta, we were hungry and went to our favourite (and only) Indian seafood restaurant. Plus, I had promised Sherwin his restaurant if he would wake up so early to see my caves. We see a … Continue reading
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In Bombay, I have always wanted to take the 1 hr ferry trip to the Elephanta Caves. On this day we were lucky to have enough time to go there. From the Gateway to India we took a little ferry … Continue reading
Goa is supposed to be beautiful, but we didn’t get to see very much of it. This is also from the archives of one year ago, by the way. I walked to the port gate with some of the other … Continue reading
One of the stops on our tuk-tuk tour of Cochin was the laundry. Is was similar to the one we saw in Bombay, but quite smaller. This was the beautifully old building containing the laundry – and a great tree … Continue reading
The Asia season was finally nearing an end and our first stop in India was Cochin. I have to admit though, these pictures are also unpublished and a year old. I didn’t actually go ashore in Cochin this year. If … Continue reading
> Well I never did post any photos, did I? The classic Bombay taxi. Our Cruise Director got mugged by one of these taxis that very day. You can probably read about it here but you will probably have to … Continue reading
>completely ruin some kid’s cricket game in Cochin, India. Swing, Battter batter batter…
> Holy Cow! There will be more interesting posts coming soon, as soon as I can organize all my pictures….
>I think Bombay deeply affected everyone who went ashore that day. Everyone came back a little bit different, everyone had a story to tell in the crew bar that night. I don’t think many of us have ever seen such … Continue reading
>Mumbai is the official name for Bombay. Sorry to Eric, but I got a little chuckle when he thought it was a different place entirely, and got so excited when he realised we were going to actually be in Bombay. … Continue reading