Lords Central Hotel
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... was inside.
We got to Mumbai at 4:45 am and the terminal was amazing, all shiny and new! We waited around till about 6:45 to get a taxi to where we were staying as we couldn't check in till 10am. If you ever go to Mumbai, use the pre-paid taxis as then you have paid a set price and the taxi driver can't demand more money. However, ask for the receipt before you hand over money, the guy said it would 670 rupees so we paid it, he gave us the receipt and it ...
... area with dusty and broken pavements many grand Victorian buildings remain along with an enormous naval barracks guarded by ratings in pristine whites. Assuredly we would have missed a lot but on this first day the prime objective was to return to a hotel room, to shower, to sleep.
Our 3 day stay in Mumbai meant a chance to step back into the remnants of the Raj overlaid by India's financial and media ...
... animals - Seeing elephants, monkeys and camels frequently (almost daily).
7. Paparazzi - Being constantly stared at and frequently photographed (often without consent).
8. Chai - The sweet spiced milk tea is available everywhere. Men and boys walk around with a thermos selling it for 10INR on the train, beach, side of the road, everywhere! Chai garam, chai!
9. Clean cups - Weird soapy/oily film on your milk coffee ...
... Maybe he was bored of his job but he didn't really make the trip half as engaging as it should have been. We also visited the tea museum which has an old working factory inside and it was really interesting to see the manufacturing process. With two days in Munnar though we ended up a little at a loss of what to do, maybe we were staying in the wrong place or maybe we should have been less lazy and have gone for more ...
... GoNOWHERE more like. So we hot footed it to the Jet airways counter to try and get on a later flight and Angie managed to grab the last two seats on a flight at 1.40pm which wasn't so bad but we couldn't be sure of our seats as we had to wait to see if the plane arrived first. Spicejet opened their office at 9.30 and luck would have it that we got seats on their 1.30pm flight to Mumbai. Good woman Cabina of Spicejet..... I'm writing this at 11.05am in ...