Hotel Le Grande
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... after about 5 minutes I had two pairs of comfortable and (hopefully) lasting shoes. I did drop nearly $100 on them, but it came out of my “birthday money” fund. So thanks Mum and Dad! It still took 4 minutes and 45 seconds longer than I wanted the process to take.
On the walk to and from the shoe shop we encountered more election shena****ns. Huge sections of the main road had ...
... Fort region. I'm glad we started India slowly in Goa - Mumbai Is bloody hectic. Our hotel is a hovel - but it's really well located. Below is a link to a video a previous resident took to show you what I mean:
A bit of a dump to tell the truth. But this being india there's always some win with the loss. We get coffee, toast and banana breakfast delivered right to our room at 9:00 every morning. ...
... how don't think that was the case, I think we got to see a good cross section.
What I also seen was a hive of activity and a mix of cultures and religions all living together and making the best of what they have.
After about 20 minutes in the tour companies office we were taken back to the hotel, arriving there at around 1300. Just in time for lunch at the Leopold Restaurant, down stairs this time.
... read about them and then I finally saw it Kanchenjunga Apartments. This may not sound very interesting to most of you , but it was heaven for me. My day started with junk shopping at Linking Road, having a smoke and a subway sandwich for lunch. Freaking out on Chuski on Juhu beach, trying my luck to catch a glimpse of Shahrukh Khan in front of his house, on Bandra, experiencing the Sea Link drive and finally the unpredictable rain ...
... I was consumed with anger and threw the money into his hand as I launched into a speech about how he was the most conceited person who I had ever come across, whilst he just blinked at me and chuckled - not understanding a word I had said. He was one of very few people in Bombay who had been so unhelpful - just a tiny black speck on a colourful landscape.
I loved sampling all the culinary delights of the city - one of my favourites was pani puri. You would ...