Kings International Hotel
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... from 1917 to 1934. Here, he lived simply in one room where he learned to use a spinning wheel while promoting his political and personal philosophy. His room has remained much as he left it, with the spinning wheel against one wall and his desk and bedroll still in place. The house itself, then owned by his friend and mentor, Revashankar Jagjeevan Jhaveri, is elegant and roomy. Today it is a museum dedicated to his memory together with a library and reading ...
... do so without an indian mobile nr go to http://travelindiasmart.com/train_ticke ts.php . If you buy tickets with relatively short notice (a couple of days) you will probably be wait listed, my wait list number was 18 and I was assured by blogs and friends with a 18 wait list number and 5 days my odds to get on the train is excellent. I kept checking the Indian rail website and 2 hours before departure I was still wait listed, but nr.1 on the list, I was as good as on, so I ...
... had only arrived in India this morning so were a little unsure and hesitant of what is in front of them. we dined is a restaurant recommended b Abbas - dinner was amazing, we had prawns, fish curry, clams, a couple of vegetarian dishes and dessert. Dinner and a couple of drinks for 6 cost about $80, a pretty good deal I reckon. It was a great night and once again thanks Abbas and Harsh for suggesting the restaurant and organising a wonderful, adventurous ...
... how the extremely rich are right alongside the poor. I'm surprised there has not been a revolt.
At the Hanging gardens, we got a lovely view of the Queen's necklace (Marine Drive) and also got a very disturbing description of why the hanging gardens exist. They are not hanging, per say, but are covering a water reservoir. The reason they had to cover the reservoir, is that one of the religious groups, the Parsis, leave their dead to the elements, so that the ...
... a carry on film, basically some hard ******* attempts to avenge his fathers death and win some girls heart. An absolutely ridiculous storyline with loads of singing, dancing and oh yea a man punching a tiger in the face! 8/10.
Overall, really enjoyed my time in Mumbai and am pleased that we'll be returning in order to catch our flight to Sri Lanka in a few ...