This is a Young Boy from the Don Bosco Centre in Gujarat, fixing the Saris for us (his Dad is a tailor).
Judi, Ellie and our new friend Chantelle from Malta.
Well you asked for it and here it is, some pretty ladies in Saris.
Here we are on our sight seeing trip, outside the Taj Mahal Hotel! Honestly we haven't been staying here.
We met these beautiful young ladies today, while visiting a Hindu Temple, in the centre of Mumbai.
Last day and we have no problems uploading photos!! Typical!
Were do we go from here........
Last night we had a group discussion to plan our hopes and aspirations for what we hope to achieve when we return to Glasgow.
The group were on a high with a lot of energy in the room.
The meeting lasted considerable longer than expected and it was exciting to see how valuable this trip has been in moving us forward on our journey.
It is very true that although our journey in India is now near it's end, its really only beginning when we return to our own communities and beyond.
Some of our self help groups that we plan to set up will include enterprise around skills such as sewing, cooking, gardening- The world is our oyster!
Today we had a more relaxed day as Noel took us on a sightseeing tour of Mumbai city.
We fought our way through endless traffic to reach the Gateway of India, The Taj hotel, a Hindu Temple and a street shopping spree.
After a few lessons from Noel, you would be proud of our battering skills as we haggled the prices down by sometimes as much as 250% of the original asking price! So some of your presents were a real bargain!
Tomorrow morning will be spent planning an amazing presentation to summarise our experiences and plans which we will share on Tuesday 22nd February at Sandyford Henderson memorial church in Partick we hope to see you all there!
For any more details contact Lynne or Kat at Priority Areas office phone 0141 248 2905
So grab your hankies! we are sorry to say that this is the last blog entry of our wonderful trip.
We must extend a huge thanks to everybody here that has supported us, Noel who has guided us with much humour every step of the way and of course to all of you who have supported us by following this blog of our adventures.
So Dhanyavad and Alvivida! ( so thanks and goodbye! )
Why walk when we can dance.............