Sun-n-Sand Hotel, Mumbai
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
Another trip in India, miss the Sun and Sand Hotel very much, very peaceful and coastal city.
... well which was supposed to be funny. I was instructed to be surprised and excited. My lines were the following:
- Oh, so you cook all these things together and make baby food, right?
- But why are you explaining me all this?
... some friends again but it will involve final goodbyes. I'll collect some things and then we'll catch a rickshaw to the airport (I'm definitely going to make sure it's the right terminal this time!) before boarding our planes on Monday morning. We both have to say, after such a long and tiring trip, we're very much looking forward to going home. The first thing I'm sure to do is take a nice long hot bath... Goodbye ...
... and the lady guide made us realize by constantly testing us how little we know about the different spices but we learnt some new things which was cool. Friday 12th July Checked out of hotel and got taxi to Mapusa, we went to a hotel from the lonely planet which had three mangy dogs in reception, one which growled at Tom and all three howled and barked all night long. We had another soaking exploring the town and walking around the fascinating local market but got told off ...
... the pyramids,this means that it attracts a lot of beggars and people that sell, if I'm honest, ****. I can understand the people that sell water and other drinks or postcards, but not once in my life have I thought, lets go to the gateway of India and get a massive balloon that then won't fit in the taxi. Bt hey what can you do? The gateway was obviously beautiful and it backed out onto the sea which meant it had incredibly views and a refreshing breeze. A 'holy' man ...