Ramee Guestline Dadar Hotel
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... hotel within just a month of the bombing.
Mumbai is a big city though, and with that comes a hectic, intense, loud energy, heightened by the fact that temperatures were in the mid 40s. Interestingly even thought the weather was hot, and would continue to climb as we went further north, and while Mumbai had had humid heat that made you soaked with sweat after 20 minutes outside, it never stopped ...
Anyone who has talked to Gen about her previous trips to India will probably have been told that she's forced to spend all her time at my house and hasn't seen anything of India at all. Even ignoring the fact that I have shown her around many places in Delhi and my parents have taken her to Rajasthan, apparently all the other places around India that she has seen don't count because she has visited those places as part of weddings. It doesn't ...
Initial first impressions whilst trying to get off airplane is that these people really aren't aware of what personal space is. Lining up to get off the plane is much like lining up at passport control in parts of the African borders, if you aren't 'up' the person in front of you, someone else will fit in between the two of you. Well that is what it feels like. If I want my leg humped, I'll get a dog... But 20 mins after being in Mumbai, I can see ...
... now idea why but something was telling me that perhaps I shouldn't be there. One of the girls standing in the crowd close to me smiled and said: "you can't be in this carriage, this is women compartment". I looked around and noticed that I was the only male there. I don't know what was funnier: the fact that I did that or my face at particular moment. Maybe both actually heh. It was too late for changing the carriage because train started to leave the station so I said I would make ...
... rampaging rickshaws; we soon became as familiar with 'taxi sir?' as we are with 'tuk tuk?' and their attitude towards the use of the horn is just the same. We caught a taxi from Churchgate station down to Colaba, the tourist district of Mumbai located on the southernmost peninsula. Mumbai has some of the most expensive accommodation in India, so having done our research, we headed towards India Guest House, cited as the cheapest backpacker lodgings in the city. Clearly there is ...