Sandtop Hill Resort
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... live within the laundry itself. Last, but not least was a stop at Victoria Terminus, Mumbai's landmark Gothic railway station. This building is amazing, but unfortunately we were not allowed to photograph it's interior. The day was highly satisfying for seeing Mumbai much the way locals do, except for the crowds since we were there on a Sunday. Our second day here was spent shopping with guides in different local ...
... ravers. Colour was being thrown around and big showers rained down on the dance floor washing it off which created a lot of mud and our once white tops looked grubby. I was a little worse for wear on return to the hostel and have lost a portion of my memory but apparently I joined in a sing song in between dashes to the bathroom. The self-inflicted illness lasted through the next morning and we had to move hostels as the other guys were checking out. We were ...
... when about 30 auto-rickshaw drivers offering their services surrounded me and Nikki on the way home in a scene out of something from shaun of the dead but a quick sprint round the corner from the cinema and we found only one guy who got us home nice and safe.
Today was another day off from the hospital, this time to visit an NGO who worked in one of the poorest parts of the city educating children of sex workers and also providing counselling and dressmaking lessons to ...
... shot, and we heard his piercing scream reverberate through the club as he had burnt his nose on it! It was quite a hilarious moment, and he spent the rest of the evening nursing his poor nose with some quickly melting ice! I was also able to go to the Comedy Store to watch the 'Filmfail awards' - a foursome who essentially desecrated the worst films in Bollywood. I went along with Aditya's friends- one who was an Indian soap star turned celebrity physiotherapist, and ...
... taxis or tuk-tuks and sure enough another was approaching. Jumping out, I flagged a taxi down and asked what his fare to the airport would be. “One hundred rupees” was the reply so I whipped my baggage into his car . I was just seated when the original tuk-tuk driver came to the car and tried to open my door. I locked it quickly and the two drivers exchanged angry words as my new driver pulled away.
A little justice after a long night.
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