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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... terminus in London; wide open roads and large parks where cricket was being played during my visit. You could quite easily imagine the British upper class strolling along in all their refinery feeling very content with themselves. The buildings are a beautiful legacy now occupied by government agencies and colleges. However it also highlighted the extraordinary divide that exists when you see people sleeping under tarpaulins in the vicinity. There are in fact very ...
... to join myself or the other white couple in the room. Oh well I will just add that to the experiences of being gawked at so far. After breakfast I finished getting ready and confidently left the hotel to find a cab. I was approached right away by a man named Rajan who drove me to the starting point for my day tour and gave me his card in the hopes I will use him for more trips. I was a bit early getting to the meeting point which was outside a McDonalds across from the main ...
... there, identified the correct sized pair and purchased them in standard black. With a few seconds of shoe shopping tolerance to spare I selected a pair of slip-on shoes to replace the decrepit pair I was wearing. A hippy at Starbucks had displayed an interest in my old pair a few days ago, but he hadn't seen the state of the interior: sweat stained and tattered. But maybe that wouldn't have deterred ...
... the old British buildings. We passed the Flora Fountain and crossed into Hazarimal Somani Road and passed Azad Maiden, which is a huge park with many cricket matches going on, all at the same time, we wondered if anybody knew who's ball was who's! We followed the road until we came to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, once called Victoria terminus (station). This was a very impressive building and we couldn't resist but enter to witness the commotion. The booking hall is a sight to ...
... the Gateway of India, to catch a ferry to Elephanta Island, an hour and a half from Mumbai. The boatride was hot, and Mr H was sweaty and red in the face when we arrived.
Once there, we paid for a toy train ride (basically a short trip along the pier), which left us at the foot of a long and steep set of winding stairs. Before setting off, Mr H managed to purchase a cricket hat, to keep him shaded. Cost: 100Rs - about 1 pound. He tried to get a hat for ...