Hotel Sea Princess
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mumbai was cleaner, friendlier and less overwhelming than we had feared. We had time for a restoring G&T in our room while Susan iced and elevated her poor knee before putting on our white clothes and heading on to the pool deck which had been set up with table and chairs, decorated and had an Indian buffet waiting for us. initially while we ate there was the resident guitarist and then a DJ and, for the energetic, dancing. We late night raversfinally headed to bed about ...
... to go into and the guide said many of them do not want education they do not see the point and I get where he is coming from, what's the point in being highly educated if you have no way of using it and are still a farmer working in the slums outside of the wet season. We toured the industrial area which smells very toxic before visiting the residential area. Slums are just houses built on government land, if you built the house then its yours and you can rent it out or live in ...
... film ever made. How they deal with all the stresses and strains of Bombay and are able to cope with witnessing such extreme poverty every day. How they weave and plough through the traffic with almost a 6th sense for other vehicles (mirrors? signals? nah). In London we'd close off a road to put in new drainage system, here they just crack on with it and all the cars swerve round the workers. The city carries on regardless. And as I sit here having just checked in for the ...
... had a fantastic first month travelling. We have rode camels in the desert, seen the Taj Mahal, watched a bollywood film in the cinema, seen many forts and temples, sampled golden beaches, rode the backwaters in Alleppey and visited the mountains in Munnar.
India was an incredible first destination and a beautiful country. We often noted how it is a shame that the vast majority of Indian people who do not appreciate the nature and do not hesitate to throw their rubbish on ...
... and getting crazy on red bull. So annoying. The island was ok, 5 huge caves carved into the rock face. The monkeys in the island were marginally more feral than the pollards, and we witnessed them mug one girl for her scarf and 2 other people for their dinner! Trip back was nicer although some old mentalist tried to befriend us a was using undecipherable sign language at us the whole time. ...