Trident, Bandra Kurla, Mumbai
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... tomorrow a tour of the city at 930am, then a meeting with our guide Aakass at 400pm followed by a greeting dinner at 600pm. We also learned we were the only two on the trek and we would have a guide and two porters.
After a short nap we headed out to dinner walking the busy narrow streets bustling with motorcycles and cars as drivers laid on their horns and darted in and out of any gap they could squeeze into. Kate hardly noticed the ...
... for me, but be there at 10am if you want to buy an AC ticket! Tatkal tickets are about 10% more expensive than normal tickets, but remember 10% of very cheap is almost nothing. Check first at the normal booth if there are normal tickets available before going to the train ticket office for foreigners, if no normal tickets just ask where to buy tatkal, some cities have an office only for foreigner ticket sales.
I went back to Anjali backpackers and booked a night ...
Long but disturbed nights sleep. Apparently Delhi belly is freely available all over the country. Set the alarm earlyish to go do battle with train system again, this time to try for some last minute upgrades form cattle to human class. 3.5 hours, a mad dart across town and some Olympic standard queuing we emerged victorious!! We fought the system and won! Continued on foot for the rest of ...
A couple of days in India and already I was getting tired of the noise, traffic, people and pollution. I needed to find a quite space where I could sit and relax for a while. Chaupatti beach is a short rickshaw ride from our hotel. The beach looked clean and inviting. As I looked out to sea, the land curved from the right where a cluster of skyscrapers about a mile away overlooked the water. As ...
... a mix of dusty exhibits from all over India. Opened in 1923 to commemorate King George V’s first visit to India (back in 1905, while he was still Prince of Wales), its flamboyant Indo-Saracenic style was designed by George Wittet – who also did the Gateway of India. The museum has undergone a ₹12 million upkeep renovation, which introduced a fascinating new miniature-painting gallery and a new gallery dedicated to Vishnu. Elsewhere, the ...