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... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Shari tells me he will take me to a small hotel and that i can call him in the morning to take me to a bigger one if i'd like.
On my way up to my room, i spot a man sleeping under the stairs. I walk into the smallest room i have ever seen and close the door. A feeling of dread ...
... to have lunch and dinner with the guide versus doing it on my own. We got this delicious cheese masala toast at a popular Bandra hotspot that even had signs that they didn't serve people in cars! We were a bit ahead of schedule at this point so we walked and talked about the Bollywood film industry as we made our way to theatre to check out what was on. From there we read plot lines and chose a film as we drove to see where the Bollywood stars live. When we got to one of the first homes ...
... wheelchair without handles to push it. No visible staff, no bustle or sign of any activity at all. We are so lucky and so wasteful and spoilt by the NHS. The need here is great. Not sure how I will cope with work on Monday with UK perceived problems but this is a small thought compared to what still happens here. There is a long way to go for this 'emerging market' and too much disparity across the planet. Lovely last evening in Cafe Mondegar, another trendy Indian continental ...
... with lots of stalls selling sunglasses and jewellery. Marine Drive, we had a lovely walk near the sea front, with the skyline of tall buildings in the background, treated ourselves to a pizza! Went to the Ravi Sabha in mumbai, we got gajar no ...
... salad sandwiches, chips and fruit. We were polite and said no but after a lot of insisting we both ate some pink and white guava fruit.
With the family's advice we got off the station platform and walked towards town. There we found our haven (at least for a couple of hours), McDonald's! Paul finally got his wish of trying the Maharaja Mac and I tucked into a masala chicken burger. We sat there for maybe two hours, we noticed the people ...