Hotel Executive Enclave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... times more densely populated than the rest of Mumbai, that's.........pretty crowded. Virtually all buildings are of solid brick and two to three storeys high. The average family of 5-7 sleeps in less than 7sqm of total living space - not much bigger than a king sized bed, that housed a kitchen, bathing area and floor space for sleeping. Much of the rest of the time, everyone is working. This was one of ...
... one of the Indian ladies was sitting on the floor by our feet). As the train approached Aurangabad the train got fuller, with more people in the aisles and the food selling men having difficulty getting through. When we tried to get off it was a great push with people trying to get on while we were still getting off.
We got an auto rickshaw from the train station to the hotel and chilled out there for the rest of the day. The hotel was very ...
... but there are areas where people certain people were paid and things happen and this is one of those areas.
We were also shown the area where, if anything gets stolen in Mumbai, you can go to buy it back :D, the 'thieves den'.
From here we drove through Mumbai and over to the Dhobi Ghat.
The Dhobi Ghat is an open air laundry, the biggest and one of the last in Mumbai. Due to the introduction of technology a ...
... people, sounds, colors and exotic displeasing smells. From this vantage point we could watch life go by, observing little artifacts of Indian living hidden when meandering the streets.
We were soon surrounded by a huddle of boys with representation from a large proportion of the male age range on offer. A street vendor, selling children's jeans and shirts was setting up his stall infront of us, helped by a small harem of boys. The owner, who must have been in his forties - ...
... not be able to leave. Generations have lived there.
Ladies make pappadums and dry them on upturned wicker baskets. They appear to be spicy ones but I wasn't sure that they were fly **** ones!!
First impressions of Mumbai outside Dharavi are too many people, too many cars and too much noise.
Almost forgot. As usual Dr David Livingstone Griffin decided to walk to the start of this tour. Bad choice: after 35 mins of a 15 mins walk I ...