Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Hyatt Regency Hotel - Mumbai

Indian routes are Number 1 toughest flight among all the flights, I am not discriminate but it’s the truth that Indians (Basically not Malaysia Indians but India’s Indians) are so rude and demanding. They just want whatever you can give and asking for non-stop. Some more will scold you if can’t get what they want. I think if you got 10 pairs of hands also cannot handle their requests. And their “nature perfume” sure will spread over the cabin and I think wearing the face mask is necessary for that flight in order to give you at least a little bit of fresh air. :p

So when I get to know I need to operate that flight, first thing come into my mind is “Oh my god! Oh my god! I need to suffer again! Help!!! Who want to mutual my flight???? I am phobia towards Indian routes already!!” Of cause these kind of flights nobody will want to do, even I top up the allowances also no one take. I don’t want to “MC”, so no choice got to do it lor. I slept maximum before that flight in order to save enough energy to prepare for the “war“ (No play play oh) . But thank god! The flight was light load, only hundred over passengers. Huh… At least I can relief a bit. Keke… :p But anyhow, that flight still got one intoxicated Indian passenger who create a problem for us. Luckily can handle it.

At Mumbai, the hotel we stay is Hyatt Regency. Not very far from airport. It’s quite a nice hotel. Room is big and the bed is soft and comfortable. Lots of TV channels, I think roughly 60 over. Many Hindustani movies and music. Although I don’t understand, it’s quite interesting for me cause I like to watch they sing and dance. And the sceneries they captured also very nice. Not bad hoh.. Bollywood…
Hotel outlook
Hotel entrance
Reception

My room

7 comments:

[SK] said...

lucky you are staying in such a luxurious hotel.. i remember my last trip to India, staying alone in a crappy 3-star hotel in the "notorious" backpackers heaven near the central station in New Delhi.. now that i'm glad i'm still safe and alive!! haha~~

Chris said...

Sk: Hi SK, Yeah, i understand what u mean. I still can recall my previous experience at India, such a memorable. Haha... Better take k while in India. :p

Maxk said...

Indian! gosh, headache...

NiloC said...

I heard about the Indian flights. Thank god I have never really experienced it. Nevertheless I'm sure the other experiences you gained when you were there would have enriched your life in a way you will realise in years to come.

Chris said...

Maxk: Oh? U have bad experience with Indians too?

Niloc: Hmm... so far i only met few very nice Indian passengers, the rest.. sigh... no need to mention.. Anyway, i think India is a place worth for visiting due to its richness in culture, history, scenario n of cos long time romance story --"Taj Mahal"

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