Neemrana'S Tower House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go up for happy hour and watch the sunset from the Aer lounge on the 38th floor rooftop overlooking Mumbai from 2 different sides of the building. Walking out onto it and seeing the view was unbelievable; we felt like movie stars in this swanky bar! Keeping our backpacker’s budget in mind, we opted just to sit for 1 drink and enjoy the sunset from a rare location. It was a humbling experience though because from atop this beautiful expensive hotel we could see 2 ...
... to find an ATM that would accept our card and actually give us some cash. The Federal Bank ATM accepted the card and promised Rs20000 but delivered nothing! Very bank-ish, but not what is required. Loud swearing in English apparently had no effect except to raise the temperature in the ATM booth. The ICICI bank (when found after 30 minutes walking) finally accepted the card but could only be persuaded to issue Rs5000, about £50 - better than nothing. This raises the question ...
... the guests that you didn't need to know any fancy steps; you could simply get up and make a fool of yourself...dance like no one is watching! This sparked the younger adults in the crowd to join us and it turned into quite a dance party, including Joseph's (George's brother's) rowdy version of the Gangnam Style moves, to everyone's great delight! The evening concluded with the bride and groom retiring to their honeymoon suite; Nick and Dee also decided to stay in the ...
... and another amazing array of colourful delicious dishes. Served on a banana leaf (see photo).By 11 o'clock we are back to the hot, sunny and steamy temperatures of yesterday. At Champakulam we have a stop along with dozens of other house boats and are invited to go ashore for a visit. We go to a workshop where the owner, following in the family tradition of carving religious statues. He was busy working on a statue of the Sacred Heart. A commission of which he ...
... on part of our trip and apparently they are common during high tide. We also saw 10/12 Kites swooping around the harbour and egrets sitting proudly on the wooden stalks in the water.
We are heading of to the backwaters of Kerala tomorrow which is exciting but we will have found memories of Kochin.