Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... to find time to get to the IPL on Wednesday for the Play-Off Eliminator. Kat was sunbathing at the ITC hotel next to my apartment and was approached by one of the cricket coaches for the Chennai Superkings, who gave her 2 tickets to the match that evening (no further questions asked). Not sure it went down toooooo well when I waltzed out of the office at 6.30 to head to the match, but wasn’t gonna turn down the opportunity. Atmosphere was ...
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... might sell something that we could make for dinner. We found a very upscale, international grocery store! I, at this moment, have chocolate and plain soymilk in our 'fridge, and we BAKED CUPCAKES tonight! Now, you might say, "Oh, that's nice. Well done using a mix, and stirring the eggs in properly". Well, think again. Yes, we used a mix. Duncan Hines, none the less. However, we reached our little apartment to discover that we ...
... mein hai” (home is where the heart is, you don’t belong to those palaces, you belong here in our slums)I didn’t say anything. I couldn’t say anything. I sat there in silence void of thought, full of emotion. As we pulled away and around the corner and made our right turn out of the slums, I felt it was ironic it took a right turn to get out of the only righteous people I had seen all day. On the way back, I kept looking at ...
... we ran into a brilliant young Indian who had studied “Acquisitions and Mergers” at London University. He loved it in England and
would have stayed on had his visa not ran out. To help pay his way through Uni he worked in the Bistro at the Mal Maison Hotel in Birmingham, working his way up to team leader. If anyone in the office is speaking to that hotel please mention his name, Nathan.