Taj Wellington Mews
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... gets an ear of roasted corn for a snack.
Once off the ferry we pick up an ice cream, wander into the Taj Hotel which we've head is ultra nice and worth a look. It is very upscale and includes a shopping area of international designer clothes and jewelry. After lunch we go back to the hotel for our 3:30 taxi tour of Mumbai. Our driver is good and speaks very clear English. We visit lots of sites including the Jain Temple, Hanging Garden, ...
... where I was made to look like a drag queen whilst someone else scraped my hair back into a high pony and nicked my hair clip at the same time. It was then time to go into the auction room where we played musical chairs for about 20 minutes whilst they found which seating plan looked best on camera. After sitting on my 10th chair it was decided I was too bright for the camera and was told to go change. This time I got given a navy suit and came back in much happier. ...
... see the invalid who happily was well enough to tackle a lunch of Goan fish curry, but I had apple pie with ice cream as I didn't want to breathe garlic all over the lady about to make me look younger. Soon enough it was time for my appointment and I made my way to the spa. I completed the customary questionnaire and the treatment began. I know the ladies reading this will know the relaxing pleasure of a facial, and the ...
... the arrival of King George and Queen Mary. The boats are a bit old and dodgy looking but that seems typical of this place. The first boat leaves at 9.00am, we purchase our tickets and board. On the way over the locals are eating chips and the such like and as is typical they throw their rubbish onto the deck even though bins are within easy reach. We rise from our seats and pick the **** up and put it in the bin. ...
... with a knife plunged into the middle to hold it together. Along with a bit of token lettice and tomato, and some onions and some gravy in there to keep it nice and juicy.
For the past 3 weeks we'd been eating a mainly vegitarian diet and maybe it was just our oppinion, but the food in Northern India hadn't been all that great. We'd started fantasising about our ideal bbq, so this buger was absolutly ...