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.
... food and drinks, which turned out to be just the two drinks amounting to our £10 entry fee. Scammed! We later left the club and saw people intoxicated and passed out everywhere and numerous fights between guys. No punches were thrown but hilariously they all slap each other. The next day we joined the others to stay in a much cheaper and friendly place, The Salvation Army. It was barry basic and fairly unkempt but we were happy to be with a good group for ...
... well 3 tables and some chairs, lol!) and were able to go to our room straight after that! We've got a nice room with a flatscreen tv aned a little fridge and the hotel is right in the middle of town. We chilled a bit, skyped with clíona's family and then decided to go and explore Mumbai!
We wandered through town from one bazaar to the other, they have lots of different stalls and ...
... Just one stray dog. For the first time in India we saw people walking dogs on leads. Apart from the buses and taxis, all vehicles were fairly new and none had the dents, bumps and scratches that they all had elsewhere. Everyone is better dressed and the young are fashion conscious. We saw locals smoking cigarettes for the first time too. Elsewhere they tended to chew tobacco. Last ...
... my way to the Hanging Garden a woman with a baby approached me and asked if I had any food. Just five minutes before I'd bought a couple of bananas from a street vendor and realistically at least one would turn to mush before I had a chance to eat it. I offered her one, feeling like I was patronising her a little, but she thanked me and took it anyway. She walked back to a group of women and children in the shade and began feeding the banana to her naked baby like his life depended ...