Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai
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... that we confirmed this means "move on", rather than"f**k off" as we thought it may! Most people were very honest and would ensure you got the right change back and not accept a tip when not necessary/earned. On the other hand a few shop keepers would pretend to take an interest in you and be really friendly until they realized we weren't going to buy anything!
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... with this first family other people started lining up! I think we had about 50 pictures taken there, lol! As they all live for commissions here, we thought we would joke and ask for some too, they giggled a bit but we got a picture of us together for free and got a copy of a couple of other pictures too! Haha. Now we wanted to go and see the high court (hoger gerechtsgebouw) well this was a harder task... Couldn't really find our way, but it was a nice ...
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... for the very first time. We aimlessly wandered the streets for a couple of hours getting our bearings and watching the fast pace of Indian life whirl by.
Every single person was at work in some way or another; stalls to clean your shoes, kids brushing up the streets with hand made brooms and wardens guiding the traffic at the junctions because everybody ignores the lights. Our aim of the day was to find ...