A Sunday Brunch
Piyush Raj

You see, this is exactly why i didn’t want to leave Mumbai. I remember this place, and i was wondering how long would it be before you go about snooping here too. But can’t blame you for that. Perhaps it’s so freakishly cramped up that you can’t help but take notice of those around you, and build for yourself little insights. They should probably switch to a younger crowd though; that kind of cramped up arrangement would work wonders on awkward dates; after all what could you do when the faces have to be so close. Hotel vaibhav is so close to a microcosm mumbai; it allows you to indulge in personal spaces of others, because there’s not much space to go about.

Keep them coming. It’s morbidly dull here.

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