Hotel Highway Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... by my guide, Oves, who was born and brought up and still lives in Dharavi for a couple of hours; he is doing a Masters in commerce and he subsidises his income by being a part-time Mumbai guide. He is educated and well spoken in English and from my impression of him, is proud of his Dharavi roots.
Originally an Island and fishing village, inhabited by the original Koli people, ...
... a massive, modern skyline. It has those famous commuter trains you have seen in movies with bodies hanging out the doorless cars and with people sitting on the top. Oh. Twelve miles each way into Mumbai. Oh.
Well, maybe I haven’t arrived yet. Maybe the journey is figuring out what I am going to do now that I am in Mumbai.
I am staying in this very ...
... with boiled potatoes and a nice little pot of chick peas for lunch and then chicken tikka for dinner than had a little spicy potato and samosa with it. Had a few whiskies, a few glasses of water a tea and a coffee. Slept for around about 30 minutes combined but buzzing so don't feel tired. Landed fine (bit sketchy) at 22:15 UK time which is 03:45 Indian time on ...
... the advice and let him take us to another hotel. The new hotel was ok so we decided to stay there. We had some breakfast on the roof top then went to bed for a while as Tom was still feeling sick. Later that evening after the sun had gone down, a man from the hotel took us down to the ghats (walkways to the Ganges river) to show us the cremations. We saw people dipping dead bodies into the river and watched as bodies were burnt right in front of us. We saw men walking past is ...
... the emotions that I did with it, I would come back. Whether I will or not remains to be seen - it's a big world and I've got big plans for my time on it. I had found a Starbucks in Colaba where I could use the internet for some essential contact. In my first communications I had dubbed India "the worst country in the world" but I was wrong and I apologise for that. I'm sorry, India - I misunderstood you and hadn't given you a fair chance. Despite everything I still rate India ...