Hotel Sea Princess
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the middle! We went to Pizza Express tonight, it was the first branch of this chain of restaurants in India, there are now 4. It seemed very opulent being there although it is pretty standard at home. We needed a rest from spices but it felt slightly surreal. We are staying in Hotel Diplomat which sounds grand but it isn't, no style, no Indian flair, no Nisha or lads at Hibiscus but we are lucky aren't ...
... in Mumbai live in slums which explains the city's population density. That night we had a romantic dinner of Indian street food shared with some random men on the roadside table and one curious rat. The next morning we were off to Mumbai’s brand-spanking beautiful new international airport where sadly the wifi doesn’t work so this will have to be posted in London.
... where clothing is manufactured, and recyclable materials from plastics to metal components are sorted, chopped up, melted down and recast, all in appalling conditions. The working area is on the ground floor, with the living quarters on the upper level, or in any small floor space not taken up by a factory. It was a real eye opener for us. We have been to many poor areas on our travels, but this one was a real shocker for its size. Over a ...
... the Gateway of India. This is where the Pakistani Terrorists landed in the 2011 Terrorist Attack. There's a harbour here with lots of dodgy looking tourist ferries. Just next door is the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. We had a walk through and were impressed by the luxurious surrounds. Then, for contrast, our driver took us to the edge of the Dharavi Slum; ...
... fired oven!), salads, juices, western breakfast, sandwiches, Mediterranean, sliders, fries, baked goods, etc. We even stopped off at The Barking Deer Brewpub (who's in limbo for their microbrew license, sad) and got to chat with the manager and taste his latest experiment).
Our tummies thanked us for the rest meals by letting us also handle some really tasty Indian as well. Mumbai street snacks (bhel puri, dahi puri, pattiese sandwiches (aka potato burgers in ...