Hotel Galaxy Residency
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... with hundreds of other travellers we watch the ceremonies in the ghats. Drawn by the beauty and spectacle of the bathers we are caught by surprise at the sight of a young boy rowing past in a roughshod boat while watching television, which was propped on the seat in front of him. Aside from the question of how he is powering this television in the middle of a river the sight was so ridiculous while making perfect sense. Heading back to our hotel after watching a ...
... later on we found out it wasn't the best idea. After dinner we went to the marine drive where we walked along the marine and sat on the wall and watched the sea. Here I asked our tour guide his opinions on the Bollywood film we saw and women's rights and he believes that everyone is free and that many Indians feel the same, mostly educated people.
Now the next day we decided to visit the biggest slums in Asia where the film 'Slumdog millionaire was ...
... we ordered far too much! Pakoras, spring rolls, two main dishes, rice, chapati and 2 garlic naans. The portions were huge and Lauren was laughing at me sweating!
It's 5.5 hours ahead here now, we'll be going to sleep soon and looking forward to a more relaxing day tomorrow at an amazing place!
... thats why the berths have privacy curtains for such events?? I think she didn't understand me swearing in English so she moved on.
The luxury of travelling in a taxi on good roads with lanes cannot be understated after weeks of rickshaws on bumpy roads. And I'm ashamed to say, the first place I went after dropping my bag at hotel was Starbucks, I was starving though having not eaten properly for ages. It's generally a lot more expensive here with my ...
... it seemed clean enough and the first visit hadn't made me ill so I went back there every day. I started to adjust to the lack of cleanliness that I'm so used to and accepted that no part of the India experience was going to be clean and shiny. It was going to be eye-opening, raw, down-and-dirty but possibly life-changing at the same time.
There were two turning points. The first was when I remembered that on my walk from Churchgate Station to the Gateway of India ...