Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport
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... bit more serious was our attempt to walk along the famous Juhu beach. This is often featured in Bollywood films and allegedly the frontage of homes for Bollywood stars. It is described as a long, long sandy golden beach on the evocative Arabian Sea. We clearly reached it at the wrong point. There was nothing about, no people swimming, no sellers of tat, no drinks stalls, no tourists - only groups of rough sleepers and beggars trying to keep ...
... grammar mistakes, and wrong use of words are rampant on signs, menus, pamphlets and any other written materials.
· You can buy EVERYTHING in India aside from earplugs (and even these I managed to find at the end of our trip sold in the Anjuna Flea Market by a hippy Brit on a 10 year gap vacation). ...
After a relaxed time in colva beach we had to catch our very last overnight Indian train towards Mumbai. Once we arrived in mumbai our hotel had no idea we were coming (our trusty travel agent had forgot to advise them). Thankfully they had a room for us but we could not check in until our agent paid the manager (very frustrating and unprofessional). To kill time we went for a walk to see the gateway of India. On the way to the ...
... with Worli more central. When I got there I have to say I was amazed! A modern busy bridge with city's skyline in the background made a spectacular view! Like from a postcard. My camera was working overtime! The place was definitely a popular view point as many people were doing the same thing as me and surprisingly not so many tourists among them that I could notice. There were mostly young local people, I guess, who were just chilling out with their friends enjoying ...
... tiny ones especially got to me - very hard to just turn away but we had to.
Mr Papa drove us all round Mombai stopping at various famous places. We saw the Museum (formerly the Prince of Wales Museum), the Hanging Gardens, Victoria Terminus (railway station), Ghandi's House, a famous Portuguese church, numerous Government buildings including the police station which was very old and colonial looking, and just about everything else ...