BEST WESTERN Hotel Sahil
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... br> Taj Palace hotel- fancy hotel with Taj Mahal style dome.
We then headed to Leopold's Cafe (infamous for a terrorist attack in 2008) for a pitcher of beer and had our first street food in India at Bademiya- we both enjoyed chicken tikka kebabs but strangely it wasn't cheaper than the restaurants we typically ate in. We then headed back to the hotel for the football, luckily city won 4-0 and were one step closer to winning the league. Hoping that being in Thailand ...
... amazing! Luckily we realised afterwards that they used filtered water - something we are not expecting in Delhi! We then treated oursleves to a 5* drink in the Intercontinental overlooking the beach from their posh rooftop bar, it was very expensive but the sunset views made it worth it! Shelly also made sure she used the posh toilet 3 times!
Day 3 we had booked a tour to visit Dhivari, one of the worlds largest slums and is where parts of ...
Well, we're here in "Old Bombay", just sitting on the balcony with a double gin and tonic, watching the many colors of India pass by. The quinine in the tonic water is good to keep us from getting malaria, the lime is great for staving off scurvy, and the double shot of gin will help us cope with the fact that our luggage is lost somewhere between New Jersey and Bombay! But I am getting ahead of myself, so let me back up a bit.
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Back to the basics, our time in Mumbai was gloriously (wink) extended by an entire day after arriving at what was believed to be our train station for an early morning train to Goa (12 hr train, sleeper class, departure time, 6:55 am). To Nick and Michael's absolute delight, the station master informed Heather that she couldn't find their train that was to depart in 10 minutes because it in fact was a different station ...