Hotel Harbour View
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... are un bookable and Qantas who want to charge $25 per person per sector for the experience. Today we took the ferry to Elephanta Island from the Gateway of India. It was an easy task, you could buy your tickets for 150 rupees (less than $3US each) at the embarkation point. There were many ferries but each one was filled to capacity before there was any attempt to leave. A cursory look around the small vessel perhaps carrying over 100 souls ...
... a cell phone. But a good wireless connection is few and far between.
· Hospitality in Indian hotels differs greatly from the west. Barging into your room after one knock and speaking loudly in hallways during late and early hours are totally acceptable.
· Holidaying Indians like to keep their hotel ...
... who were involved in the trade. We arrived after a surprisingly pleasant bus ride (a lady saw us waiting at the side of the road, helped us find the right bus and then stayed with us until we were safely on our way- waving as we drove off) to find a row of small low huts each with a door bolted shut and a surprisingly clean area outside- these were the huts that the sex workers used, and were right opposite a row of small shops and about a 2 minute walk from the nearest ...
... probably thinking that he would still be able to rip me off in case my friend didn't show up. But surprisingly after quite a few minutes of unlucky searching for Vikram he offered me his phone so I could call whoever I was waiting for. How nice of him! Turned out Vikram and his mum were just parking their car and we met shortly after that. So overall my "entering" India experience went really smoothly! But that was just a beginning of nice surprises. For the first time since I ...
... I was consumed with anger and threw the money into his hand as I launched into a speech about how he was the most conceited person who I had ever come across, whilst he just blinked at me and chuckled - not understanding a word I had said. He was one of very few people in Bombay who had been so unhelpful - just a tiny black speck on a colourful landscape.
I loved sampling all the culinary delights of the city - one of my favourites was pani puri. You would ...