Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... got a good deal on this place so we upgraded to kind of like an all inclusive, includes a 2 hour all you can eat and drink for 2 hours in the evening and breakfast buffet. Carole we had a french cab Sauvignon and it was the real thing, the best part it was part of the upgrade.
Ray is planning on ...
... arrived- a large silver platter with two blobs of rice, two small bowls of sauce and some pink stuff in a bowl (for lack of a better description). The food may have looked plain but it was deeeelicious! Sunday consisted of a trip to 'Elephanta Island' so named by the Portuguese due to a large elephant statue found on the island and not, to my disappointment, because there were elephants on the actual island. Rob and Nick, two of the guys staying at the same hostel, joined us on ...
... playing in the streets. Final stop another church St Thomas' Cathedral. Many poignant memorials to young men who had died during the colonial period. We have seen a very sanitised version of Mumbai - even more so since it was a Sunday but we loved the feel of the place and it was certainly memorable. The ship has lots of new faces both passengers and crew. Our new table waiter is called Manaas but our new table mates didn't show up so the suspense ...
... seeing what I came across.
Later that day I made my way to Leopold's Cafe and spent the evening there as that is one of the touristy things to do - if you have read Shantaram you will know what I mean.
The next day I booked myself onto a guided tour to see some more of the sights. We started off at the Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat - "If you’ve had washing done in Mumbai, chances are your clothes have ...
... about the basic structure of the slum, the type of activities that go on there and also how important Dharavi was to the basic running of the city of Mumbai. We were taken down the main road into the slum, like any other street in Mumbai- cars everywhere and little shops on either side before going to the industrial area of Dharavi to see a recycling business- all of mumbai's waste is sorted by slum workers who take the plastic, further sort it and then turn ...