Hotel Jewel Of Chembur
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jewel Of Chembur Mumbai (Bombay)
This hotel was booked by my friend for me as I went to Mumbai to attend her marriage. Simple hotel with nothing to boast about. Staff were not so friendly though, the smiles missing.
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Actually, I was in Mumbai for a friend's marriage and this was not a vacation. But, as I had the midnight of the day of arrival and next whole day to myself, I decided to hurry up and see at least the important places in Mumbai. Luckily, one of my friends in Singapore just shifted to Mumbai for his job. He picked me up at the airport and helped me …
... or have a photo taken with does not come with conditions or obligations. This one did. But all he got was a share of my plate and a smile and possible a 'don't take the **** stare'. It is quite possible his need was genuine which in that case it was an impossible position for him: had he asked me in the street for help I would have said no. My lesson? The need for charity can be presented in all kinds of ways but just because its deserving it doesn't mean i have to say ...
... was to allow the vultures to clean down to the bones which were thrown in a pit. Sadly the vultures have mostly died from eating dead over-medicated cattle and now the decomposition is solar aided. This is only a partial solution as this doesn't work in monsoon time. The drug that destroyed 99% of the vulture population has been banned and the numbers are slowly recovering.
We went to the Gothic revival Church Gate station to see the tiffin wallahs ...
As an Englishman, I never thought I would say this but please, please rain. The heat has gone beyond the "ugh, it's too hot" generic complaints, to “no, really, it’s actually, genuinely TOO hot to function”. A trip to the shops to buy an ice cream now warrants a shower and a lie down under the fan afterwards.
Last week we had a presentation to make to the board at DHFL on the Friday, so work was pretty frantic. Despite this, ...
... live in slums, it's not necessarily seen as shameful or low-status. There is 24-hour electricity, wifi is usually available, and the people pay rent; indeed, a house in the slums can easily cost 10,000 pounds. As he put it, "The really poor people live on the streets, not in the slums. Poor people can't afford to live in the slums."
It was certainly an interesting end to our stay in India. I've learnt a lot: how to make chapatis and aloo gobi, how ...