Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we enjoy a city tour of Mumbai including Marine Drive, Mani Bhavan, Rajabai Clock Tower, Jain Temple, Dhobi Talao, The Prince of Wales Museum, The Hanging Gardens Victoria Terminus and Crawford markets. We then venture onto Elephanta Island located in the middle of the harbour for a visits to the Elephanta Caves to view a collection of rock art ...
... will no longer hear the evening and morning call-to-prayer punctuated by the barks of feral, lonely dogs. I will miss these things.
I will never forget that torrent of seemingly random movement of rickshaws, tuc tucs, cattle, dogs, pedestrians, taxis, trucks and cars that ...
... front, frizzy hair and dripping with sweat onto a packed non air conditioned carriage). Like clock work the local train left at 9:15. Our new friend, Dhiraj kept reassuring us we would make it, he told us the local train only took 40mins so we would have 5mins to spare to somehow cross 15 platforms to make our train (fabulous!). On the train we saw another she man clap twice and ask for money, apparently this is common and surprisingly people did give her some ...
... blankets and hampers located in any shady spots of the oval edges. We saw numerous cricket fields when we arrived the day before a sign of true passion if a nation. Even on Monday morning when we left early for our flight we saw many games on the cricket fields. The bus stop we needed to get to was at the other side of the oval and as we exited the gates there was just as much activity out on the footpath as in the fields as simple food and drink vendors lined the street ...
... indian feast of curry, rice, dal (a type of lentil soup) and indian bread known as roti. I was hoping to lose weight in india but its not going to happen, its even better than my favourite Shapla restaurant in Pinner (which you should all try) I have spent the past 3 hours chatting to a very nice indian couple in the opposite bunk who are on their way to a tiger safari in one of india's many jungle ...