Usha Ascot Hotel
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... for a future concluding BLOG as this one is about to close! We must offer huge thanks to my mum and dad for allowing us to move into their home for the 'in-between' segments of our trip and for the hospitality of our friends for putting up with us, err I mean putting us up on various intermediary return trips to Berkshire for doctors visits, property visits, catching flights and such like. Gratitude must also be shown to our friend, Theresa, who has diligently vetted all our ...
We enter the hotel, check in and fill out too many forms for this time in the morning and go to our room. The room is totally awesome. It has a rain forest theme, is huge and has a bathroom with all glass along one wall which form the wall of the seating area in the room. Yes we have a seating area with a corner couch!!!
We take a few silly pictures and head to the lobby for an early morning snack before settling in for the night.... well morning.
After a very very long sweaty, itchy and uncomfortable 16 hour bus drive from Udaipur we arrived in Bombay, known today as Mumbai. Mumbai is the most populated city in India with a population of over 15 million people and even by 10am we felt like we had already seen 10 million of them. Both in a bad mood after not sleeping we got into a taxi and headed to Colaba, the supposedly cheaper and backpacker area of the city. When we got to a hostel, rooms wern't as cheap ...
Much has occurred since my last update! I can finally say I am starting to feel more comfortable with my surroundings, so much so that I am able to better enjoy and appreciate everything that is going on around me. My first full weekend in Mumbai was very enjoyable indeed—I had the opportunity to tour the city and get a taste of what South Mumbai had to offer. The southern part of the city is considered more upscale, and certainly has the hotels and restaurants to show ...