Hotel Suncity Residency
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Indian who had Elvis Presley cheek bones. He talked us through the whole process from purifying the water with boiling under charcoal fires in large 45 gallon drums, beating rocks, water vats, spin drying and sun drying. The people were very friendly by and large all though it seemed to take a smile from us to instigate a welcoming response. They get about 50 tourists a day through. Maybe most tourists behave in a very detached way to the inhabitants/workers. In fact ...
... by. Instead they would sleep in the factory being doubly beneficial for the owners as they had the added protection of someone on site all of the time and your employees would always show up for work. As workers began to move their families down they began building homes close by- creating a residential aspect to the slum. The slum is broken up into roughly two areas, broken off by an canal. One side the original manufacturing area and the other the residential section containing ...
As soon as I was on the train I crashed out for another 3 hours, waking up at 8.30am. The restaurant from the night before had kindly put the uneaten half of my chicken biryani in a container which I got out and had for breakfast before dosing for another hour or so. The rest of the journey was slow and I was itching to get off the train when it arrived at 2pm. After a bit of a faff about what to do we managed to walk to the local train station, get a train to ...
... in and watched a couple of court cases (fascinating - some highly animated lawyers "......but my lord, I must protest!"). Also close were the ornate university and down to the bay, to the incredibly elaborate Gateway to India arch, built to commemorate the visit by King George V, and the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, infamously the victim of the Mumbai terrorist bombing of 2008. Interestingly enough, they ...
... wish happy new year and shake the hand of almost every individual we passed as we did a lap of the block. Fun. Decided to go back into the bar which by now was becoming somewhat crowded. So much so that a queue was forming outside. We of course made our way to the front of the queue and headed straight in, they know us here now! A few more drinks and while not yet midnight, it was time to escort a quite drunken person ...