Panvel Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I looked out the window to make sure there wasn't a gremlin pounding on the wing (like the Twilight Zone movie). Turns out her husband sitting across the aisle threw up on himself and was unconscious. Thankfully there was a doctor on board. (Well actually more than 1, but I let him take this one) Don't know what exaclty happened but the patient was given CPR and ...
... slums in the form of education and health services. The residents of the slum were well aware of this and I got no feeling of ill will from any of them -- in fact the children were always saying hello to us along the way. Unfortunately no photos allowed on the tour, as we got to see in people's homes as well as where they worked. They agreed to email me some photos in return for respecting their privacy, but not being able to take photos just killed me. Over 1 million ...
... ear wax removal service, definitely got a bit freaked out by that. Value for money is just crazy here and I managed to get a haircut, mango lassi and a beer for 100 rupees last week!
This weekend had friends visiting so did some of the tourist including a trip to the Taj for coffee, a walk around in the ridiculous heat to the Gateway to India (basically spent 90% of the time hunting for shade), a walk along the beach to see sunset at Marine drive and a trip to Aer on ...
... this 140-year-old dhobi ghat (place where clothes are washed). The whole hamlet is Mumbai’s oldest and biggest human- powered washing machine: every day hundreds of people beat the dirt out of thousands of kilograms of soiled Mumbai clothes and linen in 1026 open-air troughs." (from lonely planet)
Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/mumba i-bombay/sights/other/mahalaxmi-dhobi-g ...
... added to the feeling that this was a very dodgy part of town and we felt a little unsafe. The restaurant also was nowhere in sight; we hadn't learnt our lesson from earlier. Luckily a short way back up the road, a Muslim restaurant was lit up and looked friendly enough. The food was delicious too and very cheap. The next morning we hopped on a cramped local bus, where I felt more Indian men's body parts pressed up against me than I will ever be comfortable ...