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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a very local area and it looked pretty ****. Upon going up the stairs to the first floor it got a bit better and looked pretty nice. However our room was not one of the suites at the front, we were in a 'superior' aka dodgy room round the back. It was ok, not the worst we've stayed in by any stretch but at £18 per night was one of the most expensive so were a bit gutted and glad we were only staying for one night!
As we were only in Bombay for 2 days (1 night) ...
... by women in the village (an entrepreneurial idea of a group of women) . Post lunch we walked through fields of sugarcane, rice & bajra to reach our second home. This field was surrounded by mammoth sunflowers. The shoot lasted till 6.30 by which the cold had already set in in Pune and most of us were barely prepared even with sweatshirt. It was like a transition of the sunny days to the cold harsh night as though we were staying in a desert. The adventure of ...
Hi Everyone.. This my 1st attempt to writing... But I never ever did anything even close to what I did in the last week . I took a trip of lifetime " Cycling Mumbai~Goa"
Why I decided to do this
Like one of the locals we met who put it Just the right way " Kashala jeevala tras detat?"
And we burst out laughing & still smile when I remember this..
until about 4 months back, I would have said the ...
... theater, train station, and many lengthy and wonderful conversations. After 5 days Emerald arrived and we left Sunday night to take a sleeper train to Goa (a healthy and positive experience where we met two incredible German friends).
From here I will re-post updates from Emerald and Josiah as they explain some of our experiences in Goa, and the excitements and struggles we encountered going South, then heading North.
... the high rises will ever happen.
The people who work in the commercial area of the slums are mainly farm workers come to the slums to work. The generally working in the slums for 12 hours a day. Doing this they can earn about 150 rupees per day. If they were to stay on the farm they can earn about 75 rupees per day. The live in the factory that they work in in crude sleeping accommodation.
When the business shut down for the ...