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... face masks, extremely narrow streets, government buildings, hospitals, high schools and children in uniforms, dogs, birds, men spitting and of course construction everywhere and none of it finished was our drive to the hotel. As Kate stated later, it was hard to process everything that was happening.
We arrived at the Shakti Hotel down a narrow side street and after an informal check-in we discussed the plan for the next couple of days: on our ...
...we landed in Bombay and noticed the airport underwent some styling changes, looking more sleek and friendly. ...we went through immigration, customs and other formalities at an absurd speed of about 10 minutes. Then the cabbie took us to our hotel without stalling, getting lost or asking for directions. Are we in the same country as last year...??? ...we realized booking a hotel close to the ...
We were looking forward for our next stop – Mumbai the previous capital of India. The day before our flight to Mumbai, we had some issues with tickets, as the airlines postponed the flight to Delhi and we would not be able to make it to Mumbai. We had to book new tickets with another airline. The flight to Delhi was delayed, however we were able to make it to Mumbai and we were happy to go finally to the bed.
Next morning we went ...
... by India’s young and rich. The drinks were the same or more expensive than in NZ.
After that club we did a bit of bar hopping, got to drive an autorickshaw (tuk tuk) and ultimately rolled in (steamed) to a 5 star Taj Group hotel for dessert at around 6am (after having our taxi searched for bombs at the hotel entrance of course). We were shattered and had a train to catch later that day, so with the sun rising we got a taxi home.
... insightful take on working with the French "they are arrogant *****" and enjoying his idiotic clowning, the idiot, we were in Mumbai.
We ruddy loved Mumbai, it's quite a contrast to some other Indian cities, clean, amazing architecture and very buzzy with some great restaurants and bars.
We'd noticed two things in India (just two mind). One that they love an advertising slogan and two that everything is owned ...