Kings International Hotel
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... With correct direction in hand we found loads of them booked some tickets at a proper price and headed to Crawford market for a second attempt. It was fun- got a tour from a spice seller, bought some spice, got blessed by an old bearded bloke who put red stuff on our foreheads and headed back to the hotel to check out.
After checking out went for a walk to the fort area which was pretty nice with some lovely architecture, stopped in a tea shop for ...
... that enjoyable experience behind us we made our way outside and found our driver to make our way to our hotel. After we found our names on a sign in the crowd of representatives picking up various other tourists and business men we walked to the car and got the updated run down of what we could expect since we had just one day in Mumbai. It was as if the company representative could see our exhaustion on our faces (and he probably could let’s be honest) and we ...
... head back to Colaba. We had walked past a shop called 'mad about doughnuts' everyday and eventually succumbed to temptation, went in and I had the best doughnut I think I've ever had. We were just walking back to our guesthouse, planning to watch a Bollywood movie the following day when a guy approached us. He said his name was Imran and they were looking for extras to appear in a Bollywood film that would be out in August and were we interested? We had heard that ...
... prior to being sold for export. A couple of enterprising guys there who spoke English for a couple of hundred rupees for the Workers Collective, took us round, showed us how all the workers (all men) lived, how it was was all done without mixing up thousands of people's clothes, and saw the global designer labelled stuff drying in the sun. We wandered round the nearby antique lanes, not really ...
... Then back on the train to head for home, once again the train was packed, we squeezed in. Tonight we met with Abbas and Harsh, from "India Someday" for a drink and dinner. These guys put my whole trip together, hotels, transfers etc. it has truly been amazing with no hiccups at all and not expensive. Anyone coming to India and wanting to do independent travel must speak to them first. A young couple from England who also used India Someday joined ...