- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... new, marble, Gucci, etc - and toured around until we found a quiet place to camp for the next 8 hours and charge our devices. Ken proceeded to get his BB out of his bag and then he panicked - he couldn't find his BB or iPad! Quickly realizing he left it at security he scrambled back and there it was at the supervisors desk - whew! His passport and boarding passes were checked, a form signed and the devices were back in his possession.
... to till late into the night. I came here when I first visited Mumbai and it had a real buzz with stalls and a big wheel with people climbing up the middle then hanging on to the sides to propel it with there weight. That was not here this time and the beach didn't have the same buzz. I expect they use a generator now anyway. Back at the hotel watching the F1 qualifying and getting ready to leave India. Sent from my ...
We decided to go to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch then do a bit of shopping on the way back but after a few beers and what seemed like the best pulled pork sandwich we had ever tasted we decided to give shopping a miss. We got talking to the manager and he gave us their ipad to choose a couple of songs so Lesley selected livin' on a prayer by Bon Jovi and I did woman from Tokyo by ...
... locals were jammed in, shoulder to shoulder, on the platform as each train came along. We let the first one go past as we weren't prepared for the rush and mayhem as dozens of people race through the narrow doors for one or two spare seats. One guy was so determined to make his train that he launched himself at the door as the train was pulling away. I had my back turned and didn't see it coming, but as the train was accelerating, he was still hanging off the side ...
... You must stimulate your sense of smell,
hearing and even touch to really understand.
We're planning to jump on a train to Jaipur in the
next day or two, hopefully there will be less poor people there so I
can hopefully enjoy my grossly over priced and unnecessary goods
without the guilt. Oh, the food. The food here is great, we've
eaten at a few local restaurants and so far my stools have remained
solid :) I will keep you updated on ...