Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai
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... in the largest city of India, a certain peace prevails and leaving and one over-hears nearly nevertheless very the uncontrolled traffic.
After approximately a half hour we reached the Laundry complex. It is indescribably enormous! Here daily TONS are washed by laundry with the HAND. But 700 'wash cabs are to serve (see photos!). On the roofs are large strained cords, on which the whole is fastened laundry, which is sorted according to color, to the dry. A part of the ...
... of us got a taxi guided tour of Mumbai and took in some of the sights. It is huge and has so much variety. We saw Dobhi Gaht, the largest open air launderette in the world, the most expensive residence in the world, a place where the Parsi people leave the bodies of their dead to get eaten by the hawks, beaches and ...
Up early with a 4:45 am breakfast .....room service of course !! "Delhi belly" still in existence .......hopefully some improvement pending though. Majar drives us to the airport: some 25 kms out of town. He was due to drive his vehicle back to Delhi which was approximately 11 hours away. Our early flight gives him a good start. Our ...
Breakfast was okay this morning & we got our laundry back & it was very cheap to get done so we will get as much done as possible while we are here.
Making it a lazy morning today.
Rell will become more beautiful at the salon should only take a couple of hours & then we will go for another walk this afternoon.
Rell had her beauty treatment & it made her look ten years younger.
I was roaming the streets while this occurred. Went to a small cafe ...
... blessed. Gratitude was a very deeply rooted value - and there was constantly a chorus of 'Thank you teacher thank you teacher!' We taught how to brush their teeth - stressing why it was so important, and singing a 'Brush brush brush your TEETH' song to make it a fun activity. I introduced myself each time, and they asked me to sing them a song, so racked my brain for action songs - and settled for 'Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' - any ...