Palms Hotel Tower & Villas
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Indian food haha! Scott had the curry said it was spicy! 2 hours in I had to pop a pill; I thought if I only have one it won't kick in straight away, I was totally wrong couldn't keep both eyes open so finally have in. I think every time we went over turbulence I nearly broke Scott's hand though, don't know what's wrong with me lately - panic flyer! I do now believe the bigger the plane the less turbulence, I was a little apprehensive when I seen we had a small bird! Couldn't wait to ...
... the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
We left our bags there and checked the number of our seats. We were told to come back around 15.00 when the chart will be ready.
In order to kill some time we decided to walk to the Bombay Pajnrapole which is an “orphanage” for cows. In India cows are considered to be sacred animals. Cows are like dogs here, lying around the city, walking freely through the streets. The Bombay Pajnrapole was made by ...
... proved to be a fairly pleasant one. Travelling in air conditioned third class (think first class 1.3), we journeyed to Vadodara, five hours from Mumbai. The train was comfortable and we enjoyed chatting to the locals. The only downside of the journey was the countless beggars who got on while the train was sitting in the station. Some were simply homeless women, others were men with varying disabilities and injuries. The sight of one young man ...
We arrived in hot, sticky Mumbai after a 4 hour drive. I really enjoyed the beautiful Indian scenery on the way here! Every morning here at intermission cares (IMC), before they start their daily work they have devotions. This involves singing some worship songs together, prayer and bible study. It is a great way to start every day! On Monday Azaria and I went into Mumbai on our own for the first time which meant crossing the crazy roads and hailing a taxi ...
... to Manchester but the bars close earlier! I was up and down the length of the city on the crowded metro each day and back to my box room in Colaba by taxi. Mumbai by night is quite a sight, especially if you take the Sea Link (I thought they were saying ceiling..), a huge bridge that cuts across one of the larger bays in south Mumbai. One night I went off with Arjun in a rickshaw to meet the Italians after the bar had closed, after checking 3 costa ...