The Regenza by Tunga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... still need to continue to receive antibiotics for the next ten days, he was well enough to be transferred to my sister's room. Since the baby had tubes inserted in him over the last couple of days, he had to fed milk by a spoon. I watched my sister feeding 30 ml milk to him over the next hour, and it was a sight that filled me with mixed emotions. On one hand, we were glad he was with his parents, but at the same time ...
... conditioning. In the hostel we found our travel mates; Steven, Erik, Maik, Barry, and Estrella. We napped, unpacked, caught up, went to the Gateway of India and a couple museums, got sim cards sorted, and ate a VERY delicious Indian dinner. After that my body betrayed me and I crashed pretty quickly, but as it turns out, Stef and Steve enjoyed their night for a while still, and were nice enough to include my unconscious self (weirdos). *Picture ...
... was already put through the ringer. I only had 2 days to stay in Mumbai but I think it was enough given that this was my last location. There wasn't lots of traffic but I was there on a Saturday and Sunday so I'm not sure if that matters. I did get to walk around the South Mumbai area and took lots of pictures.
My next stop is home. I have a long 25 plus hour journey to get back to Orlando but I think I'm ready to go home.
... curries - will be digging out my Indian cookbooks. Huge thanks to Peter and Karen for organising this amazing holiday. I know everyone has had a fabulous time and it was like a constant party day after day (as one would expect in the days of the Raj). I have always wanted to travel to India but never knew which part. I feel very lucky that it was taken out of my hands and I have now visited a few of the places I have always wanted to ...
... before not even I'll be seen wearing them in public. I think the chai was the final straw. I have no idea what possessed me to choose light coloured trousers designed for travelling, I know how feral my trousers get in Brighton, never mind trawling around a country that's not exactly renowned for its cleanliness. But here it is, guys. Here's my limit. Though to be fair, I think if I'd tried to leave it any longer they'd have ******* walked to the dhobi ghats ...