Lakeside Chalet, Mumbai - Marriott Executive Apartments
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... doesn't seem to pass messages on when they change over shifts, we had to wait until 5.30am because the receptionist hadn't arranged the driver to come and pick us up. Good job it was really early and nobody on the roads because otherwise we definitely wouldn't have made it to the airport in time. Kochi domestic airport is pretty small and outdated but we weren't there long and we were off on the second leg of the four day journey to Koh ...
... were removed to the Victoria Gardens in Mumbai. To the local people, the island is known by the name of Gharapuri.
Of all the excavations to be seen on the Island of Elephanta, the main is the most important. The body of the cave is supported by 6 rows of columns, 6 in each row, except at the corner on the west side where the uniformity is broken to make room for the shrine. There are plenty of interesting sculptures: Nataraja (The King of Dancers), Andhakasura ...
... dogs roaming the streets, homeless people sifting through rubbish and a different, often disgusting, smell on every street. By the time we finally got to our room it was about 2.30am, exhausted we entered a fitful sleep with the crazy sounds of Mumbai in the background. In the morning we couldn't wait to go and sample some of the local food. The local cafe did us some garlic naan and mushroom tandoori for breakfast and we took a walk around town in ...
... it is very difficult for a child to move outside of the occupation of their parents. The caste system is a fascinating look at society that is hard to explain in a simple sentence or two. But this is one place where being born to parents that have an acceptable occupation is really important because that job is passed from generation after generation. To really understand the caste system of India and to get a peek into the slum life, I would recommend ...
Mumbai, Bombay.. a sprawling monster of a city that 20.5 million people (likely more, the slums are huge) call home. It's a city of contrasts, home to some of the poorest and richest people in India. A melting pot of different cultures, religions and people, Mumbai has a lot to offer, if you can find what you're looking for in all the hustle and bustle.
I arrived after the 26 hour train journey from Chennai which was quite entertaining. I was ...