Hotel Galaxy Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... defender), a random fan (who won a competition and basically spends his time saying "I saw a match in London once" etc) and Peter Crouch. 80% of the discussions seem to be based on crouch's height. Other than that I managed to visit the famous sushi restsurant Wasabi (no relation to the chain) this week. A breakthrough moment for me as I found some sushi I actually liked (along with amazing views), so maybe all hope isn't lost on that front. Last weekend we ...
... she has had a chance to see places in a way that most people never will. Anyway, notwithstanding my own views on the matter, after all the Suri wedding craziness we decided to give her a chance to see another part of India before we leave the country. We booked ourselves on an overnight train to Mumbai. I think she enjoyed her first Indian train experience - crowded and dirty platforms, sharing a cabin with 4 large Indian men with only a ...
We returned by boat to the Gateway of India, and were accosted by a number of people wanting our photo. After that, we walked home through some of the posh bits of Mumbai (there was even a Pizza Express) and stopped off at an Internet Cafe to update our blog.
We returned to our hotel and then ate dinner at Zaffrans (again - we are creatures of habit!) After taking a photo of Mr H in the strange night-club like surroundings, we headed back to ...
... during the month of August-September.
The city of Mumbai alone has over 60,000 idols in different sie, shapes, design and colors. These are kept in a decorated pandals which one can visit to see and experience the festival.
On the 10th day as per the ritual, the lord Ganesha idols are immersed in wanter also known as Ganesh Visarjan. The best place to witness ...
... rampaging rickshaws; we soon became as familiar with 'taxi sir?' as we are with 'tuk tuk?' and their attitude towards the use of the horn is just the same. We caught a taxi from Churchgate station down to Colaba, the tourist district of Mumbai located on the southernmost peninsula. Mumbai has some of the most expensive accommodation in India, so having done our research, we headed towards India Guest House, cited as the cheapest backpacker lodgings in the city. Clearly there is ...