The Shalimar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Conference facilities
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... could join me. I had already considered the various potential scams going on here but decided to go with the flow with this one. Mostly because that is what my instinct told the part of me that was screaming with paranoia don't do it, don't do it! it'll cost you millions of rupees in commission; you'll wake up in an ice bath with two surgical wounds where your kidneys used to be, argh....run for your life! So I went into the restaurant: air-con upstairs, fan ...
... looked very unlikely for the other trains. We needed to get to Goa by tomorrow for a festival and now began to wonder how the **** we would do it. We visited some tour agency's which all said we had no chance with the train but they would say that however tomorrow was the start of India's largest techno festival and one of the largest in the world so we began to think they were right. They did however offer us a sleeper coach. I really did not want to take an overnight coach but as ...
... first excuse, work's been fairly crazy of late and to anyone who thinks this has just been one extended holiday, I can assure you that the Indians definitely put the hours in and sadly I've had to conform to this at times! I'm particularly looking forward to seeing the sunlight in the weekday evenings again! I've also discovered that I have been given the name "the foreigner" throughout the client office. Good to know I've got recognition for my work. As for the ...
... Hindi festival also known as the festival of colours and festival of love. This ancient Hindi festival is a crazy colour fight where participants play, chase and colour each other mostly with dry water paint powder, but also coloured water, with some carrying water guns and coloured water-filled balloons. I enjoyed the blue city (most houses in the old city are supposed to be shades of blue), it has great street food, friendly people and the Merhangarh ford, the biggest ...
... from Panvel station to Lodhivali, (Ambani hospital) for Rs. 20 per person (2013 rate). The same you can get in the evening also. Regular buses are also available from Panvel bus stand to Khopoli via Lodhivali.
Here are some pics of Camel top at different times.