Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... Rs2700 -- ouch. The guide was very nice and first showed us the famous Dhobi Ghats, where they do laundry. A LOT of laundry from all over Mumbai. Some by machine but mostly by hand, including some serious whacking on concrete, drying in the sun oand even ironing socks. Drying is done on a heavy poly rope that they untwist and insert the laundry....no clothes pins required. They use a tag system to keep track of the owner and supposedly make very few mistakes. Then to the ...
... Karom against an old guy at the side of the road and attracted a crowd of about 30 people (he absolutely dominated the match).
On a sobering note, some of the poverty I've witnessed has been shocking, and to see entire families sleeping rough on any tiny bit of available pavement space and beggars running through lanes of traffic with babies in their arms is hard to come to terms with. I’ve actually had to step over 3 different dead ...
... trust it by now. An hour of walking up and down streets and avoiding touts, tuk tuks and homeless men lying in the footpath we finally found the small sign behind a tree we had walked past half an hour earlier. Lesson learnt: triple check all hotel addresses before setting out. Later on that night after cooling down we walked off to search for a well reviewed restaurant close by. We found ourselves down dark alleyways with broken pavement and no lights. Men hiding ...
... nah, **** him" and refused to cooperate*.
(* I've been talking to the third party booking agent about this. My deposit was returned by the agent which I give them top marks for but the property itself denies any of the above ever happened. They blame it on a scam by the taxi driver and while I know that such scams exist, it was them that mentioned the name of the booking agent I'd used over the phone so I know for a fact it was the hostel on the other end of the line. ...
... some flat dough crisps to pile it up on and you're supposed to shove it in your mouth in one go which I obviously had no trouble doing! I think the guy was surprised when I asked him to make it more spicy and Gulshan was pretty impressed! I like to put my stomach to the test! We had a walk round the Hanging Garden which is a little oasis in the middle of the city then stopped by the nearby Jain Temple to take some pics. There was some kind of event going on ...