Usha Ascot Hotel
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Today started with the buffet breakfast provided by the hotel - for the first time the buffet is only Indian food which I think is great. Not sure what some of the dishes were but they were super tasty. We then headed to the closest railway station "Churchgate" to catch the train to Mumbai Central. There was a "ladies only" queue which I joined to get out tickets - a foreigner can purchase a 1 day ticket second class for 75 rupee, that does us. Then onto ...
... steam ahead to a taxi. Vicky; was his name – oh I do seem to build up quite a rapport with my drivers don’t I offered me a deal that was logical to accept, due to the size of Mumbai and what I’d have to cover on foot, adding to possible time constraints. For a fee, he offered the multi task of driving services, tour guide and in turn a lift all the way back to my hotel. Things were looking up! True to his word, he did actually know ...
... br> I must admit to being somewhat flummoxed as we leave India. More than any place I have experienced, India is a country of contrasts, contradictions, in a region where religion and politics overlay incredible poverty and hardship, all in the midst of goodness, beauty and hardworking people.
We met a guy from Goa (who runs his own company in San Paolo, Brazil) on an ...
... contrast between the United States healthcare system and India’s—one that I hope will someday be a similarity instead.
As I settled into the clinic and began to observe, I immediately noticed the casual mode of practice in Dr. Mehta’s office. Although still professional, the doctor was very personable and conversational with his patients. He mentioned that some of them have been coming to him for years, and although patients are ...