The Regenza by Tunga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We checkout of our hotel, and head off in search of breakfast, postcards and a shirt for myself, all of which an easy task in Mumbai. We found a busy looking market, which did Indian-style toasties, and for a man who loves his sandwiches, as they were packed with God-knows what inside I didn't feel too British grabbing one, and they filled a hole. Nat being Nat, still had a sweet tooth craving, so we found ...
... I made a couple of friends.
The first, Srivanu, helped me sort by phone out, and so we went for lunch. He obliged in teaching me the Hindi for Thank you (Dhanyavad) when I brought the subject up.
The second was Mridul, who I shared a carriage with from Khar Road to Dadar (the central terminus in the city). He spotted the backpack and we spoke about our respective trips in each other's countries.
Mridul, an avid cricket fan, tried to tick off many ...
... its definitely one of the fresher smelling areas of the city. Next on the list is a tour along the harbour including a small fishing village tucked away from the busyness of the big city and a walk along the marine sea wall to take in the hazy but still majestic views across the harbour. The spot is popular with with locals and for some reason they all want to take a picture with me. Perhaps I look like some famous Bollywood actor. More likely I'm just the funny looking white guy ...
... is where the business's and factories were, some of the working conditions were shocking. One factory was burning old paint tins, to remove the paint and then shine them up to be sold on, but there was no protective gear or masks. It was I suppose the harsh realisation of a labourer in the Mumbai slums. The residential side despite being extremely crammed of houses made out of tarpaulin and plastic sheets , actually had a community feel about it. Where ...
... This time though the leader of the AAP (a new anti-corruption party), Arvind Kejriwal, came past us on the top of a 4x4. The chanting of slogans, singing and cheering was huge. This time though there were more BJP supporters in an reply and we could see how little it would take for the passion to spill over and the world around us to turn to hell. Lucky by now there were a LOT of police and army about and so we felt surprisingly safe as we wrestled our way through the ...