HILLTOP HOTEL MUMBAI
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I arrived at Mumbai's Chahatrapati Airport, already tired, facing a further nine hour wait for my connecting flight to Goa. My last trip to this divine Asian transport hub of dreams consisted of a similar scenario where I had to lay on the floor (all the seats were taken and there were about a thousand people in the waiting room) while getting woken up about every two minutes by cockroaches crawling on my arms, legs and ...
IN MUMBAI WITH XTREME SPORTS – 23 MAR 14
We were in no mood to run another HM after having run one with Jayanagar Jaguars in Bangalore on 09 Mar14, however on arrival in Mumbai the news of a long run of 32.5km starting literally from our door steps was simply irresistible. Even the fact that I had a flight to catch at 1100hr and the race was to end at 0730hr at other end of the city and the notorious Mumbai traffic did not deter us from joining ...
... beautiful with its three lakes Fateh Sagar Lake, Lake Pichhola and Swaroop Sagar Lake, its forts, palaces, temples, gardens, mountains and the narrow lanes lined with stalls in the medieval historic center is an excellent place to shop for paintings and all sorts of handi crafts and presents for good prices. The city is also well known as the site were the James Bond movie, Octopussy, was filmed and this movie shows daily at most restaurants and hostels. Some of the great ...
... and getting crazy on red bull. So annoying. The island was ok, 5 huge caves carved into the rock face. The monkeys in the island were marginally more feral than the pollards, and we witnessed them mug one girl for her scarf and 2 other people for their dinner! Trip back was nicer although some old mentalist tried to befriend us a was using undecipherable sign language at us the whole time. ...
... as a white person, and feels safe and friendly here. I love the way people really do eat the street food on every corner and chat in the road drinking chai. From getting keys cut, shoes cleaned, buying sandals, shirts or roasted nuts and coconut milk, every street is so interesting to weave your way through people and I really think we are going to absolutely love India!!!!
Moving onto Varanasi on Wednesday, and will update you from there!