Hotel Midtown Pritam
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... on the opposite side of the street. Ollie and I have been grateful for the NHS in England, whilst being in India and seeing the amount of illness as people just can't afford the medicine. So many times we wanted to give money to beggars/children/sick people but we didn't for so may reasons; where do you stop/is it going to the people who need it/are the children being forced to beg/is it a ruse to get your wallet out? We felt terrible and wanted to give money to a charity ...
The last weeks prior to leaving were like hell. There were a couple of things that were quite stressful. Let me explain…
Let’s start at school, a big source of trouble. Just after the Christmas holidays I had a lot of deadlines. At first I planned to start working in the second week of my vacation but unfortunately I still needed some time off after my last internship. When I picked up where ...
... people came over to us to help, and when I said that I was interested in looking at saris, we were immediately ushered upstairs. There, the door was closed to keep in the A/C, and we all took our shoes off and sat on futon mattresses on the floor, while one shop keeper and 2 assistants started spreading fabrics of all colors of the rainbow across the floor. It was like sitting inside a crystal bowl full of light and water. I had no idea ...
... much rain! We got a tuktuk to Baga beach and as we pulled up to out hotel there were three Rottweilers on the porch! Luckily behind a gate, but one they could quite easily jump over. We went to get some lunch by the river and then strolled along the beach and up and down the streets which are covered in souvenir shops, eating a cheeky cake at Titos restaurant/ nightclub. We wanted some home comforts so decided to get a dominos pizza for dinner but when leaving the hotel room ...
After the longest snooze I awoke to Eitan knocking on my door at 9:30am. The hotel fixed us some breakfast (back to bread and jam) and some much needed coffee. Eitan suggested we head out to Elephante Island, probably about the most touristy thing you can do in Mumbai. However within 5 minutes of talking with a German lady we had scrapped this plan and decided to head to the market, she had mentioned a fabric market nestled in the inner block behind the fruit and veg market, ...