Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... building. None of he proceedings are in English but Allen enjoys watching the interactions, body language and volumes of paper change hands. All of the paperwork is brought to court in canvas duffle type bags. Nothing appears to be e-filed. Files are held together with string and bits of cloth. Not a staple or paperclip in sight. Lawyers and judges both wear black robes but no wigs. There are over ...
... three we decided to be culture vultures taking in both an art gallery and a museum in the same day, I don't think we did too badly! After all the spicy food (and yes my first dodgy tummy!) We opted for a McDonalds lunch. I know what you're all thinking but seriously you HAVE to try a McDonalds in every different country you visit, its the law. Anyway everything on the menu had an Indian influence so there! All veggie and paneer cheese with just a couple of ...
... return and settle back in the seats and wait to see where we go next. We parked on a road with a whole heap of police and our driver gets out and escorts us to the front of a large house in a beautiful tree lined street. We didn't know where we were or why we were here, but the presence of the police, and rather a lot of tourists piqued our curiosity so we went on for a look. As it turns out we were in the home and office of Bapu, the father of India and the great soul, or ...
... fee (under $200). We exchanged addresses and we’ll see what happens. I may have been duped. Who knows? It doesn't matter. Deep down though, that nagging sense of helplessness and hopelessness has dissolved. The question, “What should I do?” has been replaced by the answer, “I’ll know.”
... nearest chair and big bottle of water.
We joined the ward round of an eminent doctor in Mumbai who boasted that he was the preferred client for all of the Bollywood actors and actresses. He was obviously a popular man as the ward round contained about 5 junior doctors, 10 medical students, us and another student from the UK called Kelly who had joined us earlier that week. We visited two wards where the case mix was mostly ...