Hotel Bawa International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... slept for 25 hours.
I sprang in to action immediately and engaged in a manic daal eating, beer drinking and trinket shopping orgy desperate to use what little hours were left of my first 'day' in India. Once I was done I decided to go exploring the beaches at night around Benaulim and their bars and restaurants. I'd just slept for 25 hours, what else was I going to do? This turned out to be an interesting decision...
... bags and fewer mongrels, animal rights activists in South Bombay need some brickbats.
The best part of SCMM has been the fact that it has instilled a running culture in Mumbai, there are scores of running groups with high sounding names like IPL franchisees who run in groups and converge towards South Bombay every Sunday. It is also nice to see runners and spectators motivating other runners even on practice runs, Delhi is yet to catch up on this ...
... went to a bar/club called Blue Frog which was a nice, cool looking place, open till 1.30 am, which gave us our first 'late' drink in India. The music was, sadly, House and some techno stuff so it attracted a young crowd, allowing me to stick out as an even bigger sore thumb than normal. Still we enjoyed seeing them being young and free and having fun. The food served was exceptionally good ...
... a car for the day and went around to the southern part of Mumbai starting with Gateway Of India, though extremely crowded and so much security still magnificent in its view
We also visited the Taj Mahal Hotel which is gorgeous and looks stunning from inside.
We decided to walk around Kala Ghoda and visited the Leo Pold Cafe, ...
... cash. I'd had visions of it being a nightmare but it was nothing of the kind. The hotel staff got used to me and the main guy on the front desk never once tried to screw me out of more rent, even though written records were scarce. For all the scams and pitfalls that I'd seen in Delhi, Mumbai was a shining beacon of honesty in comparison.
On the last night I had a bit of a scare. Over a period of a few days, the tip of my right ring finger had swollen a little. Not ...