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India
Mumbai, Tadoba-Andhari and Hyderabad
Posted Sat 26 June 2010
Shot May 2010
127 images
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Two weeks in India will get you a lot of pictures, even when you're primarily focused on "work."

My first day in Mumbai I paid a short visit to Elephanta Island, home to the Elephanta Caves, carved by hand from the solid rock of a hillside. I also had the opportunity to explore much of Madh Island, my home away from home in Mumbai, spending time in and around its fishing villages, temples and people.

Between cities, I joined some friends for a sweltering, two-day trek through the jungles of Tadoba-Andhari in search of wild tigers and other elusive animals.

Finally, In Hyderabad, I was able to explore a number of bazaars and markets, as well as pay a visit to Charminar in the oldest part of the city.

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but these images tell only a fraction of the story from the trip.
View from my flat on Madh Island
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Gateway of India
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Gateway of India
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Neha and Sapam on the ferry
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Oil rigs and boat traffic
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Another ferry to Elephanta
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Deck hand on the ferry
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View from the top of our ferry
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Sapam pilots the ferry
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The jetty train on Elephanta
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Jetty train
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Boats moored at Elephanta
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A former ferry
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Local refreshment
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Dogs prefer the shade
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The caves at Elephanta
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