Palms Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... und uns einige Symbole erklärt. Beispielsweise das Kreuz, dass die Nazis den Hindis 'geklaut' haben u.ä.
Am Nachmittag suchen wir Schutz vor der starken Hitze in einem großen Park. Ich verabschiede mich von Tooti, die in wenigen Stunden zurück nach Israel fliegen wird. Es ist ein komischer Moment und ich muss an meine Heimreise und an meine Leute in der Heimat denken. Wie wird es mir wohl ergehen, wenn ich zurückkomme und mein zivilisiertes geordnetes Leben ...
... settled for just a picture and moved on to the spices. In a clearly arranged fashion we came upon one particular spice stand who was ready and waiting for us. Normally we have not appreciated these “encouraged” shopping experiences but this particular spice guy was very animated and we really enjoyed his descriptions of everything and having a chance to smell all of the different exotic spices and blends that he had for sale. We even had the chance to ...
... amazing caves up a very steep hill. The caves had been carved out for use as a temple and were so ornate. We stopped for a tasty lunch where I had a thali, which is just a bit of everything and so much food for the equivalent of £1.
As we travelled back on the ferry you come towards the amazing structure of the gateway of India... Looks amazing from the water and also a azing from land too!
In the evening, while some of ...
... airport. We managed to get a few hours sleep before waking up to catch our next flight to delhi. Breakfast was pretty good, I managed to eat a whole plain dosa, chai and toast with the really sweet fruity jam! Next up, was our flight to Delhi. We landed there about noon, and dropped our things off at the hotel and rushed off to do some sight seeing! We managed to see the rashtrapati Bhawan, qutub minar ( where ...
... not to take any photos as if spotted it could lead to some trouble.
The tour guide went on to explain that there are still village families that bring their daughters into Mumbai and sell them to the pimps. The girls then have to work off the payment made tot the family before they can go home to the village but most of them never go back.
I asked why the government lets this practice go on. We were told that prostitution is illegal ...