Hotel Highway Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... shouting at each other running around to get all the food! Haha. Bet they thought '****, there's a big white man ordering all our food!! Go to the shop and get some more supplies!' Haha. It was the final of the Indian super football league tonight, (Kerala v Kolkata) we walked passed a fan club, they all had the football shirts on and head banners, banging bi bingo drums and dancing with each other. Really nice to see and very tame ...
... people leeching off they kindness of a foreigner. I said "no you have to get the smaller oil and rice." They argued for a bit then agreed. A woman in the store noticed this. She asked me to buy her some things as well. I said "I can not. The other two helped me". She then proceeded to chase me down. Asking why I couldn't help her. She could be my sister, mother whatever. She was at the point of yelling and following me for about ...
... the Demon), Kalayansundar Murti (Marriage of Shiva and Parvati), Gangadhara Shiva (Shiva carrying river Ganges), Mahesh Murti, Ardhanarishwara (Shiva in one form of Shiva and Parvati), Ravananugraha Murti (Ravana crushed under Kailasa) etc.
Probably the most striking sculpture in the cave is the colossal figure of Mahesh-Murti-Shiva, miscalled Trimurti. It is carved deep into the interior of the rock. The three faces correspond to the three functions of the god, ...
... the street. Suddenly the street was clogged with cars, buses and tuk tuks as parents collected their kids.
Speaking of traffic, the streets in Mumbai are not to believed. I know I have complained of traffic in Chicago, but we are novices compared to Mumbai. Negotiating the streets requires horn beeping, fearless weaving, and trust that other drivers will give way. Major ...
... all the staff jumped to their feet and put on the lights an AC. It was filled with textiles, wood, brass, trinkets, wall hangings and was an array of colours with mirrors and jewels breaking up the mass of colour with the odd flash of glittering light. This was a paradise for me. The shop assistance followed us around and showed us plenty of items but resisted being too pushy.
what did I buy?