Pali Beach Resort
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... amazing number given the massive amount of people here. Imagine the plumbing, if any. We headed up the shore line up to the Taj Palace and the close by Gateway To India. We were tourists, took photos and enjoyed the area as much as we could. Me being the celebrity that I am, meant that Indians wanted photos of me, of course they couldn't afford to pay my publicity fees so I politely turned many away. It's amazing how positive people are ...
... could ever want to know about the product being sold.
· Shopkeepers in India are expert at the up sell.
· There are at least three power brown outs per day in every town in India.
· Indian men love their facial hair. Mustaches of all shapes and sizes are sported here with pride.
... University we headed for the Sanjay Ghandi National Park. It was necessary for us to call Tina a couple of times and also to stopped to ask other people where it was. Once again our driver did not have a clue where it was. Which is strange for my understanding. You think that if you lived in Mumbai you would know where the Sanjay Ghandi National Park was, its less than 25 kilometers from Mumbai.
We eventually found it ...
... Vik, others with him and his friends. Great fun as I like indian food very much!
Eventually the time has come to do some proper exploring so one day I went for one of my walkabouts. Luckily, my friend lives very close to the coastline so I had a fantastic view just in front of my nose. I decided to go along the shore till I see the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, which is on of the most known tourist attraction in the old capital of India, a bridge connecting Bandra (west area of ...
... way of life is humbling. We arrived in Mumbai, with a view of all the slums from the airplane. Can't even imagine their lives. We checked into our hotel on Juhu Beach and took a walk along the beach. Checking out how the locals spend their Sunday afternoon lying on the beach. It has been suggested that we don't swim in the water...only the locals can handle the water. We checked out the Marriott on Juhu...beautiful hotel! Later, we met up with cousin Manisha, Bhavesh, and ...