Grand Residency Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... in 2012, to enjoy the AC and some drinks – a mega popular spot with the young crowd in Mumbai. Finding a table there was tough. Our meals in Mumbai were great most of the time, as we dined mainly on delicious fish and prawns cooked in spicy chilli's and flavours, while putting back the usual accompaniment of Kingfisher. One eating oddity though, was a place called Yoko Sizzlers, which we tried on our last night. An unpretentious place playing hits from the 80's ...
Our mission today is to get Bev's little printer to work with her phone or to get a cheap camera that work with it. First though is a trip to Elephanta island. Here there are caves that were hewn from the solid rock of the hillside. The caves date back to the middle of the fourth century. The boat ride to the island is about an hour ansd leave from The Gateway To India which is a massive stone structure built ...
... biggest government-run hospital in Mumbai with a long and distinguished history of producing famous doctors and also being the hospital of choice for the treatment of any emergencies in Mumbai (many of the victims of the 2008 attacks were taken there). It is also apparently one of the biggest hospitals in Asia. Compared to the luxury of the Kokilaben hospital that we'd been used to, it was certainly different but it was not the shock that I ...
... and a little bewildered. The only other bus around (we were in the middle of nowhere at 2 in the morning) had all its lights off and no driver but still feeling like we should just do as told, we got on and waited. And waited, and waited.. Until 3 HOURS later a driver rocked up and off we went again. This time the bus was nearly empty so we crawled into the sleeper section and went back to bed. This in itself was quite funny as the ...
... dirty place we realised that there was more to Mumbai and the city had a pulse. We couldn't get over the traffic - rickshaws weaved into spaces that wern't there and buses, lorries and motorcyclists adding to the symphony of a hundred horns. In India the horn means everything - "I'm here", "I'm overtaking", "I see you", "I'm changing lanes erratically", "I'm annoyed at you" etc. Our favourite experience in Mumbai was going to Dharavi slum, but sadly or fittingly ...