Hotel Executive Enclave
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... For the equivalent of £3 we eat a fabulously spiced and varied thali. Each of the five thali pots was refilled as often we wished whilst assorted breads and rices came without end. One of the pots was a sweetened yoghurt pudding, shrikhand, and the meal included a drink of spiced buttermilk.
It would not be true to say we saw very much of this huge city in our short stay but we walked for miles more or less anonymously without the ceaseless attention and ...
... a little "meaningful" (on both sides). The odd tear was at least thought of. Majar stood and watched as we disappeared into the large glass panelled terminal. Our final waves were reluctantly delivered: our first "downer" for the trip. He was a true asset to us. The remainder of our drivers have a high standard to live up to. We will miss his ...
... in Mumbai live in slums which explains the city's population density. That night we had a romantic dinner of Indian street food shared with some random men on the roadside table and one curious rat. The next morning we were off to Mumbai’s brand-spanking beautiful new international airport where sadly the wifi doesn’t work so this will have to be posted in London.
... Mumbai migraine!
On arrival at the slum, the first thing that hit us as we got out of the taxi was the smell of raw sewage and the sight human excrement. (We had to really pay attention where we stepped. Our driver, especially, was concerned. He didn't want any odor in the taxi!) There was a large open lagoon where the heat of the sun only intensified the odour. We headed into the housing and factory area and witnessed first hand the ...
... br> The food is still taking some getting use to & just about everything has chicken in it.
After lunch we head out to complete our tour of the fort area.
This took us past a lot of the old British buildings & eventually to the gate of India. This gate was constructed for king Gorge the fifths visit to India. Quite impressive.
The crowds were very large again.
There were the usual hasslers but once again we became the celebrities with the photo ...