Upon arrival in Mumbai, I had a cold coffee and headed to the Upper Class lounge to charge my devices and find a hotel.
Having slept on trains for the last several days, I decided to indulge, and chose the Executive Enclave in Bandra, which was only a few minutes away on the suburban line.
When I arrived, I was very happy with my choice. My suite was similar to one at a Holiday Inn Express back home. A bonus was that room service, laundry, even the mini-bar were all reasonably priced.
I ordered a few items room service, expecting the portions to be small. When dinner arrived, it came with four sets of dinnerware, and was quite a bit of food. I felt a bit embarrased, but I ate like a king.
While eating I watched a cooking show in which a lovely fair actress who didn't cook was tied to a handsome young actor, and asked to prepare a western omelette. Hilarity ensued.