Hotel Juhu Plaza
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Juhu Plaza Mumbai (Bombay)
Athough the location in Juhu may be an advantage we found this Hotel to be in need of some make over. The bathroom desperately needed a good clean; we were told there were NO non-smoking rooms; towels were stained, cups needed a scrub etc. No free Wifi meant grappling with hot spot alternatives which can be a nuisance. Staff were very helpful and all our requests were dealt with as soon as possible.
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Well, a day in Mumbai can test the patience, stamina, nose, ear and taste systems of the human body! The day started late with breakfast (lawd knows what Mark ate!) out of the way by 10am and I got geared up to book us on a walking, bussing, training tour at 2pm around the city. Unfortunately my western organization competed with the Indian's need …
... I also had the occasional "madame you want a joint, hash, weed," which I politely declined. I was also followed by two young males in a busy street asking my name so I humoured myself and weaved in and out cars until they lost interest. Mumbai has been amazing and we were sad to leave but the state of Rajasthan awaited. Our passing message on a sign at traffic lights was "get home in peace and not pieces," which we intended to do. - ok so I lied about the next one being ...
... it's OK and we will pay it :)
I think to even begin to Understand India you have to see it hear it breath it and feel it, living through the good bad and ugly. We could have spent 12 months here and still not experienced all India has to offer.
It has been a tiring but thrilling few months and India has not let us down, its locals have at times treated us like family and i know we will be back. But for now it is time to make our way to the airport, to leave this country and look for a new adventure. ...
... our plan was to follow a walking tour that was recommended by the Lonely Planet book, but after walking for a while we saw a big crowd, so we walked towards it and found out that there was a festival going on. Its name was Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. It was free and full of people. Since we were starving by that time we got some food in one of the many food stalls. After getting advise from 2 local girls. We got Pani Puri which is a kind of potato balls served with some ...
... little metal cups nested inside. Cupcakes in a Dutch oven! They came out beautifully, after about 20 min of a slow cook on the stove. We still have one to eat for breakfast tomorrow (the rest were devoured with some passable local sparkling wine and a James Bond movie this evening).
Oh, and to backtrack slightly, we had a bit of an adventure getting home. We took a taxi, actually 2, since our first one decided that his ...