Krishna Palace Hotel
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... the home of Bollywood. Mumbai is made up of 7 islands which were once humble fishing villages that the now modern city has grown on and around. Behind the glammer of Bollywood and the glitz of a modern city, Mumbai is actually home to Asia's largest slum. The inhabitants of which are not included in the official population census. There are millions in an area the size of 4.2 kmē / 2.5 milesē. As is often the case, the reality doesn't match the force-fed image ...
I thought the heat and humidity would be too much … but it wasn’t. Maybe we got lucky with the weather and the “unseasonal” rain in Agra cooled things down for us.
I was concerned that Doug would hate the food – he’s not a fan of curries but he ate some and picked items he liked from the menu so that was fine.
I thought Doug might not like India, but he did … so whatever concerns I ...
... park, requires 600 staff to run it and has 27 floors of living space. All of this for 5 people while beneath him many people literally live on the street. I expect he does a huge amount for the poor, but one can't help but wonder what sort of person puts on such a gross display of wealth with people living on the street within 3 feet of his boundary wall. Why would you do that when you can just buy a hotel and no one would know?
We stopped for ...
... is hard to get a warm (let alone hot) shower in India. And all showers drain into the middle of the bathroom floor, as there is no separation between toilet and bathing areas.
· Indians have the biggest hearts! And the best sense of humor.
· Cows have the right of way in all traffic situations.
We made it!!! After a 12 hour train journey in a non AC sleeper carriage we have finally made it to Goa. Mumbai was crazy - people everywhere with the sounds of horns constantly going. Getting into a taxi and trying to cross the road were experiences by themselves. Although Mumbai was fun (and a bit overwhelming) we're all glad to be in goa now - you can actually breathe the air!! Been to the beach today and had cocktails in the sun on my birthday. Could get used to ...