Ibis Mumbai Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... of Art Deco architecture. Fine example of a cinema. Enough of buildings of to Colaba market! and Leopolds cafe, to swap stories with other travellers.. ( as it's mentioned in LP and the book Shantaram , its gone a bit snooty ). Sue has a good rummage round the market and manages to secure another small bargain. Back on the walk to the Gateway of India. Manage to sort out a train to the central washing service, get a god view from the railway ...
... tried their best to make me feel less guilty. But as a person who prides herself on her organisation skills and not needing to rely on the help of others to feel so incompetent and guilty over them is damned frustrating ... I blame vodaphone. Anyway, visiting the school and staying with Megha and her mother was lovely and they let me have a long awaited parental Skype and all was great. Then day two things got even more confusing - I'm still ...
... prepare yourself, as it is like nowhere else on earth. To be open!
So I took all their advise to the point of worrying that I wasn't going to cope. That it would be 3 long months of arduous struggle and shock and misery. It was a good thing I did, because apart from the insecent horn blowing of every vehicle, the disgusting amount of rubbish that has replaced the landscape and the ever present ...
... this was almost miraculous and a good sign. I got through to my friend Mirtyunjay, who I haven't seen in 7 years and he was picking us up at a sweet shop near by the Ashram we were gonna stay at. The Rickshaw ride there was actually quite positive cause I felt right at home looking out at the shops and streets of New Varanasi, other than the crowded road it was much like some of the areas of Old Abu Dhabi that I loved so much as a kid. Although I couldn't ...
... journey there as we were ripped off which Meg decided was not acceptable, and the taxi man consequently followed us down onto the beach, Meg had a raging argument with him, and it seemed calling him a 'scumbag' wasn't the best of ideas as he began threatening to call the police until we paid 150 rupees. Later that evening, Meg was force fed a bizarre 'Grandmothers medicine' by the owner of one of the beach cafes, ...