Sofitel Mumbai BKC
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... listen to a few songs in his car and he shows us the big banner in town for the New Year’s eve show he gave. We meet Smitha’s father at their family home, Sneetha, Suman’s wife and their boys Alaap and Adaarsh. We spends a nice afternoon with all of them, and go to a few other tourist spots in Kannur.
At the end of the day the guide who tool us back was even more drunk than earlier. Fortunately th driver was OK.
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What a massive disaster. It felt like being in Mexico all over again - every direction I turned in someone was trying to rip me off. Foreigners are walking ATM's and it wouldn't matter how bad a situation somebody got in or how much they needed help, all the locals care about is that they keep spitting out the bills.
Next morning a guy claiming to be the hotel manager took me to another one of these 'tourist ...
... to the mighty Mehrangarh fort that towers over the city to experience the 'Flying Fox' tour of six ziplines that go around the fort. I was initially quite dubious about it but after reading a glowing endorsement on the leaflet from none other than our very own Mayor of London of all people, I knew it couldn't be missed. In this instance, I couldn't have blamed people for staring at me, as there I was, looking like a fat, pasty Batman flying around the ...
I touched down in Mumbai at 4.45 this arvo so just in time for rush hour, yay! It took about an hour to reach my hotel which actually wasn't too bad. Flying in I could see the slums that you always hear about and in the distance was the metropolis of the city centre - quite a contrast. Driving thorough the suburbs heading over the bridge to the city was an eye opener. I recently saw a tv programme about India showing people knocking on car windows when they're ...