The Emerald - Hotel & Executive Apartments
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To pick up our flight home we said goodbye to Goa in the early hours of the morning. We had reached Mumbai by 7am and headed for the pre-booked Emerald Hotel. The tranquil state reached in Goa is immediately shattered by the city. The noise, the bustle, the people and traffic will awake anyone from the trance Goa can induce.
... no more. Next was the dinner, freshly made Kheema Pav, in a hot wrap. Although I knew I’d get car sick, i couldn’t resist my pangs into the heavenly package.
Our way back was smoother than expected, with lots of different experiences to share, thanks to my friend Ravi from the agency. A truly mind enriching experience.
Rest assured, this was a fun filled, entertaining, educative and mind blowing trip.
Pune, be right back with you ...
... face masks, extremely narrow streets, government buildings, hospitals, high schools and children in uniforms, dogs, birds, men spitting and of course construction everywhere and none of it finished was our drive to the hotel. As Kate stated later, it was hard to process everything that was happening. We arrived at the Shakti Hotel down a narrow side street and after an informal check-in we discussed the plan for the next couple of days: on our ...
... take big risks when driving.
· Shoes are to be taken off before entering most places, Christian churches included.
· There does not appear to be any traffic laws. Just suggestions.
· Toe rings, particular necklaces and vermillion in the part of a woman's hair signify that she is married. ...
... continuously coming to a complete stop due to a power outage, I didn't get out of the airport until 4:30am. But once out, Deep was waiting for me, along with a driver to take us to the hotel. We were staying at a Taj hotel, a chain of hotels which was started 120 years ago. The man who started the chain was an Indian man who once entered a British hotel during the time when India was a British colony. The Indian man was refused a room and turned away from ...