Hotel Kohinoor Continental
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- Swimming pool
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... tea and had a Indian macca's Mc Veggie and Mc Spicy Paneer! I know that its pretty much sacrilege eating McDonald's when there's so much delicious Indian food, but as two former McDonalds lovers the opportunity to have a veggo macca's was all too much as normally the only thing we can eat usually is fries! It was awesome and still an authentic Indian experience we recon (plus we didn't fancy sitting on a bus for 16 hours with a spicy curry in our belly's)!
... him when he told us that our tour wouldn’t start until 2pm that afternoon so we would have the whole morning to relax at the hotel. They had already called to ask if we could get early check in and while nothing was guaranteed they were sure we would be able to get into our room very soon which to us meant one thing…a nap! Driving from the airport to the city center we began to notice the slums that we had mentally prepared ourselves for since that ...
... sometimes when they need foreigners in films but weren't really expecting it to happen so were a bit excited and said yes straight away, agreeing to meet at the mcDonalds at 8am. We would be paid 500 rupees and be provided with lunch, dinner and drinks. We celebrated by going out to a bar and spending our wages in advance on a few drinks and watching the Netherlands v Australia football match. Netherlands won to Willem's delight making it a double celebration. ...
... tourists, looking at old tin signs from the 50s and wishing we could take some home, and then to probably what was the highlight of the trip so far, a visit to Dharavi, infamously known as the 'slums' from Slumdog Millionaire and the book 'Shantaram'. Most people would probably conjure up images of down and outs living in canvass tents, not working, but the reality is the complete opposite.
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... had only arrived in India this morning so were a little unsure and hesitant of what is in front of them. we dined is a restaurant recommended b Abbas - dinner was amazing, we had prawns, fish curry, clams, a couple of vegetarian dishes and dessert. Dinner and a couple of drinks for 6 cost about $80, a pretty good deal I reckon. It was a great night and once again thanks Abbas and Harsh for suggesting the restaurant and organising a wonderful, adventurous ...