Hotel Kohinoor Continental
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... central reservation, a large circle of 3-4 year old girls sitting on the rubbish, delicately picking up the refuse search for anything worthwhile, crippled adults and children hobbled across the road with sacks of rubbish on their back, kids ******** in the streets, mothers and tiny, emaciated babies weaving through the cars, tapping on the windows with desperate expressions and hands outstretched. One little girl knocked on our window and ...
... the morning the bus dies. It's gone. No amount of twine can fix it. Us, being the only foreigners on board, are woken up and given forewarning of the impending stampede. "Go get your bags and run to that bus". What a saga. We did as we were told and ran to the next bus. Bags we're put in the boot (yes, they arrived safely)! We were greeted by a bus full of other passengers and half of our bus staring at us. The remaining half of our bus were still asleep in their sleeper pods. ...
... down the street, our car became swallowed up on either side and a truck on our left swiped off the side mirror on our car. But, there was no pulling over to look at damage, get the other guys number or insurance. Deep said that insurance is required but I don't think a guy driving his bull cart down the road will pull out an insurance card if pulled over. Apparently in this case it wasn't necessary to exchange info because our driver just yelled at the guy in the truck and kept ...
Today Peter took us on a Tour of Mumbai. First stop was Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghats; the largest outdoor laundries in the world. Lots of concrete wash pens and flogging stones, huge vats of boiling starch and the city's laundry hanging out to dry. Next we stopped at some sports stores were the others stocked up on cricket gear and runners before we headed ...
... across from another vendor selling sandals and a man sell beautiful blown plastic bubbles. You were constantly accosted by beggars with there hands out which they kept pushing at you and making whining noises. Most of these were women and many were carrying babies. There were also young children engaged in the same behavior. There are just so many people and so much noise and so much dirt your senses are ...