Keys Hotel Nestor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... wish happy new year and shake the hand of almost every individual we passed as we did a lap of the block. Fun. Decided to go back into the bar which by now was becoming somewhat crowded. So much so that a queue was forming outside. We of course made our way to the front of the queue and headed straight in, they know us here now! A few more drinks and while not yet midnight, it was time to escort a quite drunken person ...
The doctor who showed us the rest of the hospital then acted as our taxi driver for the rest of the day, giving us a bit of an insiders tour of Mumbai before dropping us for lunch with Kelly at his favourite restaurant on his way home. And then when Nikki realised she'd left her phone in his car, picked us up again and drove us to our next shopping destination, a whole market of fakes called Heera Panna to satisfy our ...
... metal seat or the whiplash inducing ride, but these things hurt. Jack's camel thought the same thing of him as Jacks saddle started to move and shake and eventually almost slid of the front of the camel.. Two hours later we arrived at our sand dune campsite and after running up and down the dunes in an attempt to get some feeling back into our legs we realised that our location was seriously cool. Sand stretched for miles in each ...
... lights sparkle in the distance. Then we went to chowpatty beach, chatted and walked along the sand. At night chowpatty beach looks like a colorful fair. Children of all ages were riding ancient ferris wheels and tacky merry-go-rounds. We tried the famous street snacks, and we loved kulfi which was like an Indian ice cream. For dinner they took us to one of their favourite restaurants and we really enjoyed sharing what it was like being students in Leeds and ...