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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... wasn’t a computer game, not fully appreciating that an ACTUAL ball would come out at 140km/h. Didn’t even have any pads on. Needless to say I got nowhere near it, and settled on ‘amateur’ standard for the remainder of the session.
Sunday I was invited to a BBQ, which seemed to be attended by half of Bombay. Was some kind of United Nations meeting, with a number of expats there from every country imaginable. In the middle ...
... and working Mumbai is all around and visible. Its extremes are expressed in skyscrapers, in the extravagance of the Taj Hotel with its uniformed staff and high security set against the vigour and (sometimes overbearing) hustle and bustle and smells and sights on the crowded pavements leading to Crawford Market. Here amongst the fruit stalls, food stalls and all manner of other stalls there are few tourists, just people ...
... There are some interesting religions here.
A stop at the Dhobi Ghat laundry, what a place , rows and rows of open air large laundry cement tubs filled with , grey, green and other shades of dirty water where the clothing, and linen are washed, scrubbed by hand with rocks and stones and bleach, then hung out or lain on rooftops to dry to be then returned to their clients.
Wages in Mumbai are very low( for a person working in office approx $150 per ...
... the businesses have now bought their own washing machines and as a result these type of Ghats are slowly disappearing.
Water is only supplied to homes, business, slums and everywhere for about 3 hours a day. So everybody has to save their water to buckets and containers to use later in the day. This lack of water is also having an effect on the laundries. We were told that working in the laundry earns less than working in the slum. :(
... the next morning we walked to the nearest train station, Gatkopar, and squeezed into the suburban train to the city centre (yes the ones you see on telly with people hanging out the doors). We then spent the morning touring all the main sites in town: Gateway of India, Taj Palace Hotel, the University and the Oval park, where we watched a local cricket match for a breather. The park was crammed with people playing cricket, ...