Grand Residency Hotel & Serviced Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... backpacks on. Luckily for us, no one else seemed to care. As part of the check in process in Mumbai they are required to record our next destination. We told the man we were off to Morocco next to which we received a confused glare before he simply asked, “why?!” No doubt some of you are wondering the same thing. To be honest we didn't really have a good response other than: why not?
Our room turned out to be tiny, however it ...
... line for customs. It took us over 2 hours to get out of the terminal, and then to find our driver had given up waiting and had left did not improve our moods. We didn't have use of a phone so couldn't contact our tour guide (Sunil). Luckily, we met a young Indian man (a DJ) who was more then happy to help us. He led us downstairs to a taxi stand where we waited in another line!! When we finally got a taxi we realised there was no chance in making ...
... dip. So, we pootled down the road in search of somewhere to have breakfast, and instead, Mr H found a game of cricket.
We happened upon a game between the Mumbai police force and the British Combined Forces, the latter of whom were undertaking a tour of India. We were welcomed into the Clubhouse and bought a couple of drinks, before settling down to watch the game.
Mr H got chatting with the team's treasurer/secretary, army sergeant (retired), from ...
... tourist-y area, or at least a tourist friendly area to visit, in being such an important piece of Mumbai's lifestyle and culture. It was prettttty cool. In saying that, Mumbai has probably given us some of the most friendly opportunities with the locals and a great lasting impression. Albeit, also a very Indian lasting impression, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Who wants a booked taxi to turn up on your last morning to ...
... mean you can see quite clearly what is hurtling towards you in the other direction (and as bus drivers think they are except from having to drive on one side of the road this is often not a particularly comforting sight). I suppose after a few bus trips we have become anaesthetised to the dangers of Indian roads so instead we treat it as a sort if seatbelt free roller coaster - and it's quite fun really. Not only ...