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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... help, so we just did 'eenie meanie minee mo' as soon as I started speaking he directed us to 'stall 16, 16, 16!' Offer trotted, a bunch of train manager men just laughed at us in their booth, they got my scowl. -_- A young lad came up to us and asked if we needed hell, aw he was lovely! Helped us loads, he had really good English, we just kept bombarding him with 20questions haha! Got our info though, I think he might have been a university student wanting to improve his English, maybe? ...
... were given an imposing reception in Bombay. People spontaneously addressed Gandhi as “Mahatma” the great soul.
- 1919: Gandhi investigated into the atrocities committed by General Dyer on a peaceful gathering at Amritsar, killing 375 and injuring 1,000 and more unarmed, unwarned people.
- 1921: Gandhi inaugurated the campaign for the boycott of foreign cloth by kindling an immense in Bombay for the economic emancipation of India. ...
... the water with no land either side. This opulent abode is apparently one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. They unfortunately don't take visitors and we didn't have the £1,500 required to spend a night there. We did however manage to splash out on an amazing curry at one of the city's finer rooftop establishments. Equipped with a rooftop pool, large kingfisher beers and curry menu to relish, it was definitely the highlight of the trip so ...
... ago,with Indian officials on board,we all had face to face stampings of many things and visa checks,then we carried yellow cards..inspected many times along the way. The terminal is within a naval base ,so that would be why..Our bus...well a bit to be desired ,the white headrest covers were anything but,and had to wipe the windows, but air con worked very well which was important, in the time we spent outside on docking, we were just dripping... .Very warm 32o ...
... the nurses' station once we reached the male ward where Naseem would stay. There were 2 huge rooms either side of the station. I counted 50 beds in the room we took Naseem to and there were only around 5 empty beds! They had rusty metal frames with very thin mattresses covered in plastic. While Naseem got changed into his oversized white hospital pyjamas, a member of hospital staff made his bed with a grubby white bottom sheet and a pathetic little ...