Hotel Rang Sharda
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... places I would go otherwise is the equivalent to somebody coming to London and only ever visiting Leicester Square (urgh). One such night was a comedy night on Friday; although I did spend a big chunk of it fake-laughing as the comedians broke into Hindi every now and again for the punch lines.
Last week there were about 12 new joiners to EY so we all went out to Bandra - the suburbs where many of the rich and famous live - for drinks with the team. Speaking to some ...
... he charged her 3 drinks instead of 2, so pretended not to understand her! The adverts were hilarious at the start and the intermission of the movie. You could almost see the white powder on the actors skin, non of them looked very indian, either did the places filmed, was all very western.
The cinema itself was really fancy, marble stairs and a cute cupcake stand. You could get full hamburger meal deals, oh and hash browns! However at the end of the ...
... ride to our hotel. The roads are filled with black and yellow taxis and there are lots of colourful street stalls. We're not quite sure where the hotel is and neither is the taxi driver. We know it's 'somewhere' near to Marine Drive, the trendy part of town but we don't think it's quite on it as this is where all the posh five stars are located and ours is just £35 a night (very cheap for Mumbai). Our driver shows the address to a passer-by and directions are ...
... long distances to a smaller one to catch a local train with 18.6kg backpack on my back and probably around 5kg one in front. Not a best walk ever to say the least. Eventually I make the last straight of my trip and ring Vikram's door bell with a smile on my face. After aprox. a month of travelling around India I came back to my starting point.
I stayed in Mumbai for 4 days focusing on organising my next train ticket, which took me two days (I will ...
... Reality Tours' that puts 80% of its profits back into educational programs in the slum, and employs young people who grew up there as guides. to respect the inhabitants they do not allow photographs to be taken inside the slums.
We meet our guide Ninyesh at the crowded Churchgate train station in central Mumbai and head out on a commuter train to the far suburbs. The slum we are to visit is the one featured in the film Slum-dog Millionaire and is called ...