Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach
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... On our third day (Sat 3rd Aug '13), we left the Salvation Army Hostel early, after another delightful breakfast (as described in Hannah's previous post) - dodging the warden on exit to avoid being pestered for a copy of our passports (Indian's supposedly love their beaurocracy). With packs on back, we wondered around the side of the Taj Mahal hotel to look at the Gateway of India minus the rain. Ironically the Taj Mahal Hotel is the most expensive hotel in India and our ...
... meant service was good.
Arrived at hotel at 02:00 IST ( 20:30 GMT) settled in my upgraded room (although I think maybe every gets that). Only slept for 4 hours due to time slip. Up at 09:30 local time for breakfast. This is certainly multi-cultural with Japanese, Chinese, India, French and British available. Great parathas, especially with 2 fried eggs on top!! Lots of choice of spiced dishes but nothing too hot.
Went off to first tour: tour ...
I'm sat on the top bunk of my train compartment sipping masala chai and trying to work out how I feel about India. In 24 hours or so I will be in Nepal and away from the chaotic hustle and bustle of the train stations, away from the continuous stares and constant sales patter, away from scruffy, smiling children, and steaming piles of excrement. Away from malnourished faces of people and cattle alike. Away from a ...
... past three years and had a good understanding of them through my medical care in Canada. The only true resolution in Canada for my particular case is a hysterectomy. In the past month my symptoms had been so distressing that I was starting to have thoughts of ending the trip and going home for this drastic surgery with its 6-8 weeks’ recovery, which until now I had so vehemently rejected. At the same time, I used the internet, when I could get it, to find out more about ...