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... comfort food we decided to give it a go. This was no ordinary Starbucks. Attached to the Taj Hotel, this coffee shop required us to go through metal detectors to get in. It is easily the nicest Starbucks I've ever seen and it had prices to match. We bought two coffees, a muffin and a croissant for Rs600 ($12). To put into context how expensive this is for India, we would normally pay around Rs200 ($4) at a tourist restaurant for breakfast. Turns ...
... in front of him. The next day we had to catch an 11pm night train to Goa. During the day we walked around the central business district which directly backs on to a substantial slum, watched a cricket match and went to see a Bollywood film. That in itself was quite an experience as it seemed socially acceptable to take phonecalls/sing/dance while watching the film. The national anthem came on and there was an ...
... 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 ...
... to us (and we had heard and read this elsewhere) that if you purchase a General ticket and just get on one of the reserved "AC" cars, you may be able to "convince" the ticket collector ("TC") to find you a birth for an additional charge. Since we had already reserved a nonrefundable room in Goa and did not want to go back to our Arangabad hotel with our tails between our legs, we decided to give it a shot.
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... luxury hotel in Mumbai, The Taj Mahal, was built by this very rich Indian opium lord with a strong social conscience who built schools and hospitals and such in Mumbai with his illicit drug money. At the time hewas around, this other rich British dude, Sir Walton I believe, built this fancy hotel in Mumbai that did not allow people of color to enter, not even the rich cat opium lord. In response to this, the opium lord built the majestic Taj Mahal Hotel, ...