Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
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This beautiful city located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, Mumbai occupies a very important place in the Indian tourism as it is the largest and richest city in India. It is the economic and financial center of India, besides being the center of everything that comes to fashion, film and entertainment industry. This modern city is a metropolis …
... a tasty (yet high risk) Strawberry Lassi. Everything was delicious. Being the only obvious tourists in the joint, we were watched while we ate lunch and every so often we would hear something in Hindi followed by Australians. Fed and watered we headed back out on to the Causeway to do some shopping at the street stalls. This was a bit of an experience as everything we slowed down to briefly look at something we were jumped on by the surround stall holders. ...
... and cell booth. When we got to the store they wanted a bag of quality rice and oil each. The merchant at the counter said it was 2000 rupee. I realized that with what they wanted and the quality of what they wanted was about forty Canadian dollars. I told them that I could not buy that. They should just get one.. They said no. That is when I realized these people were not together. It was not a father and son like I had thought no. They were ...
... Turn around to the back streets once again, we soon find a local restaurant. It has a few local people inside so we are follow suit. I order eggs Marsala and Bevan orders an omelette with 2 Marsala tea. I end up with 2 boiled eggs in a bowl of Marsala curry, Bevan his omelette and 3 fresh bread rolls. Both are delicious, chia arrives at the end of the meal. 119 rupee later we are feed. You can eat so cheap if only you venture out of the hotels. I decide ...
... city to be in when comparatively we have so much money and there is so much poverty. Often there we felt guilty spending money on even a cheap dinner in a restaurant knowing that what we had spent would feed an entire family for a week.
For our lunch found a street food stand and ordered chicken tikka roll for lunch and watched our chapattis being made. They make it look so easy. Our ...