Novotel Mumbai Juhu Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After looking at the arch, the sea, and the general throngs of tourists (all Indian tourists), we realized that eating would be a really good idea. We did not have a real dinner last night, and missed breakfast at the hotel, so lunch was our first meal at about 2:30pm. We found a nice luncheon place in the first floor of a hotel in the area, and had our first on-land Indian meal. Quite spicy, and delicious. ...
... of one of the factories. This was a sight I'll never forget - the tin huts that house so many people stretch on for as far as the eye can see. The main thing that I learnt from the tour and the short time I was in the slum was the sense of purpose and determination that exists in the area. I strongly believe that other communities throughout the world could learn a thing or two from Dharavi!
... to where they we're staying. Jumped in the pool and Romel got the heat from the owners. Zarik came to the hotel to say hello and drop his car to Charlene. Took a few pics and one of the guests came to chat with us, and Take the pics. Went back home and got ready for the weeding. Gabriel had taken aashu, who was doing ...
... I have an amazing view out my hotel window and have used on numerous occasions in my travel to and from field sites. As an aside, some 2.5 million People (that’s more than half the population of New Zealand) pass through this station daily, giving a whole new meaning to the term ‘rush hour’...but I digress... The other scene of interest from the film is that of Dhobi Ghat which, with 1026 open-air troughs, is Mumbai’s oldest and largest ...