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... for non-Hindus. Incredible photo opportunities!
Lastly we got to see Ghandi House, which is where he stayed whenever he was in Mumbai. Now converted into a museum with a lot of photos and interesting memorabilia. We bought a couple of books about him, one printed on home made paper.
Walking back to the hotel we stopped at the sweets counter of Leupold's and bought a Kajlua Mousse that looked reasonably low in calories, and sat on the steps of our hotel to finish ...
Here we end our short religious trip.
I'm gonna write some important things below about food, trains I took and money required for conveyance and renting lockers in these places.
- Clean retiring rooms for bathing available for free at the station. Cloak room also available.
- Luggage storage costs 15 INR per bag.
- Food is served only from 10:00 to 15:00 and then from 19:00 to 23:00.
... site today at a family run housing finance company called DHFL. Happened to turn up the day of some celebration (still not clear what exactly they were celebrating), so entered the building to some drumming band (sounded a bit like rapid gunfire), people doing some kind of conga dance, and everyone stuffing their faces with samosas, cake and, randomly, Tizer. Have met some of the younger EY people here, they’ve promised to show me the ...
... and guests, seemed to symbolise the new, rich Mumbai where Bollywood stars drive Ducattis and Ferraris, contrasting the rest: 60% of the city's population still live in sprawling slums near the airport. Once again (this must be a theme for Mumbai) we struggled to find a recommended restaurant on the way back to the hotel before figuring it was in a different area entirely. It was well worth the effort though and an awesome experience. We were ushered to a table in ...
... in Hindi and had no subtitles so we wandered a bit more along the Colaba Causeway and went to Leopold's (the bar from Shantaram for a drink). This was really cool as it's such a basic sort of bar, but had lots of backpackers and was cool to see where everyone in the book used to drink! We had our first proper curry dinner tonight which was delicious... the garlic naan was unsurprisingly a personal favourite!
Tomorrow we're heading on a ...