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Travel to India from Canada! | Air Canada Flight from Toronto to Mumbai Travel Vlog

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Come join me as I travel to India from Canada in this travel vlog highlighting my experience taking an Air Canada flight from Toronto to Mumbai. This trip to India is a solo trip without Audrey but I'll be teaming up with my good friend David of David's Been Here to visit Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Ahmadabad together.
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Things start off at Pearson International Airport in Toronto with a very long check-in line for my flight with Air Canada. Security is much faster and before I know I've got lots of time to kill before my flight. I ended up finding an Indian restaurant (Marathi) that serves up some of my favorite North Indian curries along with garlic naan.
The flight from Toronto to Mumbai with Air Canada was really long and I arrive in Mumbai feeling exhausted but at the same time full of adrenaline and excitement to be back in India. At the airport it took me a long time to arrange a taxi and to take out money mostly because of an Uber strike. By the time I get to my hotel I'm completely knackered. Please stay tuned for more food and travel videos from India coming soon.
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Travel to India from Canada! | Air Canada Flight from Toronto to Mumbai Travel Vlog Video Transcript:
Hey guys, greetings from Toronto's Pearson International Airport. And as you can notice oh my gosh I am by myself. There is no Audrey. I am taking a trip to India and I'm going to be meeting up with my friend David.
I'm actually going to see if they have some Indian food in this airport. I can order some Indian food from maybe Marathi.
Rice and curry over here. Down here I've got sides. It looks like naan bread. Check out this. When you have the choice between plain naan and garlic naan that is a no brain-er.
And what to get with the garlic naan. Let's check out the rice and curry section. Oh wow. Look at that guys. Butter chicken. Chicken Tikka Masala. Paneer Matter Masala. So like all of my favorites.
Aloo Gobi which I love. Decisions, decisions.
While I hurry up and wait for the food I thought I'd tell you a little bit more about my travels to India.
So the person I'm going with David Hoffmann. He's been making videos even longer than us. His channel is David's Been Here.
I'm going to be teaming up with him and basically traveling all over India for 3 weeks. This is uh a trip that he has designed himself and it is a very fast paced. I think we're going to six or seven cities.
I've been wanting to go back to India for a really long time and this is going to be my third trip there.
So guys I'm going to be flying with Air Canada today. And one very unfortunate thing, on a long flight like this, I'd love to get an aisle seat. I want to have access to the toilets. I want to be able to stretch my legs and just get up.
I've made it to India! Mumbai. The biggest city of India. Wow! This is crazy. Like I'm so tired but I feel like I've got this sudden jolt of adrenaline now that I'm here. I'm so excited to be here. And yeah it is basically just have to go through Immigration, get my bag and then find a cab.
Guys I've arrived at the hotel. And I have to say like I am completely knackered. It is 2am in the morning. It took a little while to actually arrange a cab, get some money. Like none of the ATMs worked with my card. And so I spent a half an hour doing that. I waited in line for a cab for an hour. Um I didn't have my hotel address plotted on Google Maps so it took about five different tries for my cab driver to find the hotel.
So I'm going to say goodbye for now and I'll have more India travel and food videos coming for you really soon.
This is part of our Travel in India video series showcasing Indian food, Indian culture and Indian cuisine.
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