Hotel Midtown Pritam
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... Victorian train station.
But, our sightseeing wasn't over yet! After quickly grabbing our lunch to-go, we hopped on the last ferry for the day to Elephant Island: an island with amazing historical caves and many tourist traps.
Sunday was our day of shopping. We started at the famous Crawford Market, where we were overwhelmed by the wide array of spices and food available to purchase. Then, we went back to the district around the ...
... for the next day was also full, and we would be put on standby, with no guaranties. What to do! With our luggage checked all the way to Mumbai, and us dressed only with a flimsy nylon shirt and zipped pants, an overnight stay in cold Newark was not a pleasant thought, plus Bob had decided not to put any extra emergency clothing in our carry on bag. We went to the Air Canada counter almost begging to put us on the next flight with any airline ...
... are separated by color. A cement basin is filled with water. Soap is poured in and a man gets in to walk around to create suds. Clothes are dumped in. Then the same man hand washes the clothing by agitating the water as he walks thru it and beating the clothes against the cement. The clothes are then put in a machine to spin dry them. Then they are hung to dry on lines crossing every which way above the wash basins. Once dry, they are ...
... 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 ...
... we ran into a brilliant young Indian who had studied “Acquisitions and Mergers” at London University. He loved it in England and
would have stayed on had his visa not ran out. To help pay his way through Uni he worked in the Bistro at the Mal Maison Hotel in Birmingham, working his way up to team leader. If anyone in the office is speaking to that hotel please mention his name, Nathan.