Sahara Star Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... no furniture. Alleys are barely wide enough to walk one person abreast. We climb up on the roof and can see that the buildings are running into each othe, covered with torn plastic and trash. The is one school and one hospital. The land is owned by the government, the buildings by people who don't live there. During the monsoon the buildings are flooded to the knees and the Mosquitos carry Dengue ...
... of the best food we've had so far. My personal favourite is Pani Puri which is a deep-fried puffed up hollow ball, which is broken at the top then filled with a spicy curry sauce and salt-water. Really incredible and addictive! Have a look at the photos for the other foods we tried. So Mumbai was overall and incredible experience. We learnt so much about the people and the city and would definitely visit again if we get the chance. Next stop Jodhpur! Until next time Ann & Jason ...
... 8217;t like treadmills, feel like a hamster). As I started my run, an old guy decided to jog alongside me for 10 seconds and then he set out in a full blown sprint around the track twice. That was him done. Not sure who bothers to get changed, go outside to exercise, sprint 600 metres and then stop. He then sat by the track and timed each of my laps, remarking either "veeeerryyyyy good" “very good” or “good” after ...
... Andhakasura (killing the demon) A panel which represents Shiva killing the demon Andhaka. Shiva Lingham Shrine A cubical cell with four doors and carvings of doorkeepers at each opening. Kalayansundar Murti (marriage of Shiva and Parvati) Shiva is wearing traditional tall headgear and his arm is outstretched towards his bride. The scene depicts that the marriage ceremony has not yet taken place because Parvati is standing to the ...
... gardens where we were honoured to meet Ravi the boy who speaks many languages...you can find him on YouTube: