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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... buns and lots of butter with lime Which I think is called pav bhaji. It was okay, I enjoyed the fresh lime soda more. Next stop was for a samosa and A similar deep friend ball. We made sure to get the sweet sauce so the spice would not kill me but alas it did. The samosa was quite spicy and I think the first thing I didn't totally finish. The ball was a bit better though. As my head exploded with spice we moved on to these hollow balls that were filled with a liquid ( again ...
... there’s a big client meeting tomorrow, so have spent a fair bit of time working on that whilst allowing my body to recover from the effects of a week in Goa. One element of this recovery is trying to get my still slightly damaged knee. I wisely decided a run one evening would help my cause. There’s a track which runs around the communal cricket pitch at my apartment block so I opted for an evening run here instead of the ...
... are un bookable and Qantas who want to charge $25 per person per sector for the experience. Today we took the ferry to Elephanta Island from the Gateway of India. It was an easy task, you could buy your tickets for 150 rupees (less than $3US each) at the embarkation point. There were many ferries but each one was filled to capacity before there was any attempt to leave. A cursory look around the small vessel perhaps carrying over 100 souls ...
... day, they also had a tap to provide them with clean and fresh drinking water. The classroom was very basic, no chairs or desks but lots of posters about things ranging from the alphabet to flowers, and the children were split up according to age and taught in small circles. The teachers had been told that we were doctors so after a bit of confusion when they got a bit annoyed that we weren't there to do health checks or provide medications, we just sat in the circles and observed ...
... young guys who were sensational! They starkly contrasted with a band playing at the Hard Rock Cafe, whose entire song consisted of two lines 'My big underwear....I just don't care! Na na na!' We thought they were a spoof band initially, but it transpired but they were actually a legitimate group! Aparna, her husband Abhijit (who I stayed with for a few days) and their gorgeous friends were all incredible musicians too - please do listen to her band Esho Funi (she ...