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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... cars pulled up outside and we were suddenly thrown into a place we have never been before, rich India. The comedy club was nice and intimate. Luckily all the comedians mostly spoke English so we could understand them. We both really enjoyed our experience here. The comedians were young and middle class and joked about things like sex, cocaine, prostitutes, the different states in India, funny quirky things like why when you say to a taxi you need to go to this place they say ...
... bus tickets can be bought at most hotels/travel agents and the bus is sometimes faster than the train, you also have AC non-AC options. The AC bus was very nice, I had a big sleeper booth just for me with curtains, I closed these and fell asleep watching a movie on my laptop only to wake up in Udaipur the next morning. Just set an alarm about an hour before estimated arrival, you can miss your stop!
UDAIPUR is often referred to as the most romantic city of India ...
... mazes of dark narrow alleyways often no much broader than my shoulders, past the parked Mercedes of a wealthy slum dweller (there are apparently many of those who still reside in the slum to hide their income from the tax man), a community center, stops in residences, home-based businesses like pappadam-making, and shopping for snacks in one of the commercial areas. Dharavi was thoroughly fascinating!
... college work.The most surprising visit was of Sanjay K. When most of us were asleep, he called on our mobile to inform us that he has arrived at Kelve road station and wants to meet us for short time before proceeding to the office. We told him name of our cottage and he arrived using local transport. He then spent time with us, had breakfast, posed for group photo and then pushed off to his work. Rajesh dropped him at a mutually ...
... called Pete Hit the town to see what is was like, we wasn't expecting it to be very good but can honestly say we had a brilliant time, Drinks were reasonably priced and music was ok/english but old stuff.... the Indians loved it! So all in the same day we were jet lagged/tired, seen the worst parts, scared, starred at repeatedly, met a new friend & seen the nightlife of Mumbai, a huge transformation of a day from bad to ...