Hotel Highway Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Have you even seen the film starring Tom Hanks. I think its called terminal. I am currently reliving this movie. Immigration wouldn't allow me in country (Wrong visa) so now i have a 19 hour wait in Mumbai Airport. Ive found a comfy seat but an to scared to move incase someone steals it! Planning on using this as my bed later. ...
... room and we try turning it back on. Again, it spins like there's a turbo setting and burns out within seconds, overheating the adapter and creating a burnt smell to fill the room. Although it sucks to have something break, I'm kind of glad it did before Cindy tried to put it on my back - I think it would have taken a lot more than just hair off me! Second, every time he would knock on our door to pickup or deliver something, which was probably more than 5 times, I ...
... breakfast and set off along Marine Drive. The sea water is sparkling in the early morning light and looks very inviting...but no-one is swimming, paddling or so much as washing clothes here...apparently the water is toxic! We hail a taxi who surprisingly uses his meter without argument. We indicate that we'd like to visit the Hanging Gardens which are at the far end of the bay. Our taxi is an ancient 1960's black and yellow cab - my head is touching the carpeted ...
... visiting was coming. All I had to do was arrive at 7, meet Megha, go to her house then head in to school ... Simples. Then all went wrong pretty much solely because my phone mysteriously stopped working. Having had multiple discussions with vodaphone we've now determined that they just ... Disactivated the sim ... Without warning. So when the night bus ended up being an hour and a half late I had no way of telling Megha ... Cue desperate pleas to ...
... to Mirytunjay, he was waiting for us, he looked totally different from the last time I've seen him, since he has become a Baba, since, but I immediately recognized him even though he wasn't even facing us many meters away. We walked to the Ashram, and as soon as he opened the door to the garden, all my worries disappeared... it was the most serene and beautiful place I've ever seen and I felt very welcome. The details of that are a whole other story to tell below. ...