Grand Hometel, Mumbai
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... McDonald's as we know it. there was no beef on the Menu and the burger were either chicken or paneer called McSpicey's. Brilliant!!!
We headed back to the hotel gathered our belongings and took an ambassor cab to the station which fortunately we checked at the last minute and discovered it was a 20 min car ride away. the driver only charged us 100 rupees and we were so chuffed not to be ripped off we gave him 200, to which ...
... sat looking at the scenery. This was such fun and much better than I could ever imagine. Eventually we rolled into our stop and got a taxi to Vagator where the next leg of my journey would begin.
I have met some of the most amazing and like-minded people already, and experienced some special things. If this is a standard for the rest of the adventure then I will be in for a massive treat :)
Next stop: Goa
Delhi Belly Update: Tip-top ...
... Hydrabadi cuisine) we had the day before at Bandra's "The Golconda Bowl". Meat devoured we head across the street to eat kichda. This is a dish made up of beaten wheat and cooked meat garnished with fried onions, coriander and a tiny squeeze of lime. I'm positive there’s something in the way they cook it in this district that makes it better than the version my mother or anyone else I know makes. Luckily, we get there before the huge pot it ...
... of local lager before meeting a few local lads who we spent the night with. One of them gave me his copy of Shantaram, showed me a pic he had with the author, showed me where the author lived, and also spent the rest of the night in a couple different local gaffs sharing stories and pitchers of Kingfisher. One roof top bar happened to look out at the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. Definitely a night for the books.The next day was spent nursing ...
... it is important to give to others. In india they the people have many differant religous belifes. Many people are respectful and loyal and give up their time to help others. In India people sometime give reluctantly. I think that giving reluctantly is still considered a giving act because the person that gave still gave even though they didn't want ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center