Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport
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... with a window that was 2 meters long, but only five inches high! We arrived in Mumbai and were awoken by a rather abrupt ticket conductor that either couldn't tell us where Colaba was, or simply didn't want to tell us. We were off the bus and in a taxi soon enough. I started to read the book called 'Shamtaram' by Gregory David Roberts after Fi had recommended it to me. It's bloody brilliant! Based on a true story of an Aussie who was on the run in the ...
... your sanity.
Driving in India is a whole different ballgame and I would recommend no one try driving in India's main towns and cities. The following is not unusual to see; a car driving in the middle off the road, with the driver touching the steering wheel with two fingers, the rest curled around a drink and or cigarette, whilst texting on his phone with the other hand and most likely not wearing a seat belt.
Crossing the roads is interesting too and the simple rule ...
Our attempt at getting up early to do a bit more sightseeing in Panjim before the flight failed. Our 9am rise meant we had a leisurely morning around the hotel until our 11am departure for the airport and our first domestic flight to Mumbai. With us spending so much time down in the sleepy south, I was looking forward to heading to India's biggest city and exploring the amazing Colaba bay region. Flying IndiGo, one of the cheap domestic airline's was fine, well ...
... br> Once Mohan stole a bit of gold, but it weighed heavily on his conscience. He made a confession to his father and asked for punishment. Sincere repentance won Mohan his fatherīs affection.
During five long years of his fatherīs illness, Mohan nursed him and listened to discussions on different faiths.
- 1888: Mohanīs mother consented to his going to England for further studies only after he took a vow not to touch wine, women and meat.
- 1893: ...
... such a nice place with countless amounts of staff and the richest people of Mumbai. We had a amazing meal and got no where near to finishing it. But paid no more than Ģ20 between us. After we relaxed in the hotel and met a New Zealand bloke who we went to dinner with and found out all about his work in Cairo. (Not the best place to be right now).
The next day we took a one hour boat ride to Elephanta Island ...