Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport
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I finally gritted my teeth and acquiesced to Lauren's constant nagging regarding buying new shoes. My reluctance is due to having the last pair of flip-flops break in under two days. The thought of spending money on worthless junk is not enticing. Having to spend time looking for the garbage to spend money on will drive me to a murderous rage. Imagine having to spend a month ...
im in mumbai. they say its the city of bollywood movies not that i notice it. no movie for me to badley.
the onley expierience i would have is that my host is creating music for some movies and artists.
i have a couple who host me here in mumbai two nice people but very bussy with there work. so i like to play a lot with there cats. oh now i miss nori and orion so much , i got lots of love back from the ...
... per day, well, 2 days worth of wages on bangles isn't cheap! A taxi ride back to the hotel and then to bed. Funnily enough, Indians are very strong in their beliefs that they would frown upon anyone drinking alcohol, let alone them drinking alcohol themselves. So no drinking for us for a few days I guess. How do I deal with Webby without alcohol? This will be challenging... Deano & Webby - I think I'm starting to have withdrawal symptoms! Beer me then ...
... Mr H: something serious) and napping. We also ate a lovely meal of samosas and biscuits.
The train arrived at 8.30 pm and we headed off for our hotel in Margao, our base for the next 2 days....
More of our adventures in our next blog!
Lots of love to all our friends and family.
Lyndsey & Martin.
P.S. Just thought I'd mention that whilst writing this blog (in Palolem, in Goa), Mr H suddenly shouted, ...
... encouraged to just use dry powder rather than mixing it up with water. As we left the India Guest House we had a very gentle introduction to Holi by some helpful ladies in the hotel on the opposite side of the road, who painted smears on our faces with dry organic paint. As we walked up to the Gateway however, it became clear that Holi would live up to its slightly wetter, more lively reputation as we were attacked by children bearing water pistols and throwing handfuls of ...