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... to language barriers we were not able to find out what happened to the ones that were defaced. Enjoy the photos.
tomorrow we get to enjoy the pool and everything the Hyatt has to offer. Great staff and very enjoyable stay one could get spoiled here. It makes being in Mumbai bearable. Thank you so much for being part of our journey.
Lots is of love to all
Ray and Ann Marie
... were done, so we told her we were tired and just wanted to lay in the sun, and she accepted the rejection gracefully. Within a couple of blocks we found a nice Parsi park and followed the example of many others, having a snooze in the shade. I phoned Reality Tours, who do guided tours of one of the Mumbai slums, and got instructions to meet up with a tour guide out front of a book store at the Churchgate railway station. The guide was about 15 minutes late and it ...
... rice, bread and lassi). I’ve lost out a couple of times and found myself scrabbling around for water much to the amusement of colleagues. I’ve got a bit sick of the traffic now so just bought a month pass for the whole of Bombay on the trains for 85 rupees (85p). Boris, take note.
Something that's really struck me is the energy and entrepreneurial spirit of Bombay - Alan Sugar would absolutely love it! Everywhere you turn there's a new business or new ...
... i_Shivaji_Terminus) in the hope of seeing the Tiffin wallahs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiffin) but unfortunately I managed to miss that somehow.
I really enjoyed the day, aimlessly wandering, taking in all the sights and sounds. I got totally lost and found a really interesting food market in Colaba plus I think I also found the financial district as well as a very small Jewish area - I was loving just ...
... tuk and train ride, we knew where we were but not where we wanted to be. It was also hot and humid, with every tuk tuk driver and every second person on the street asking what we were looking for, before ignoring our answer and proceeding to offer up any suggestion from their brother's silk shop, to an uncle's cheap hotel (very close). The point we had marked on the phone was copied from Google maps; our history with Google wasn't so great and we should have learnt ...