Hotel Harbour View
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... wanted to. The food was vast and exquisite with personal chef contact. Just ask Slim about his personal chef !! See the photo on page 74. Reluctantly we move on to our tour duties and prepare for our Mumbai experience.
Quickly we note that on a wider scale, Mumbai is very different. More "westernised", cleaner and less road congestion: ...
... tropical beches, deserts and soaring mountains. India is much more lucious and green than I imagined with bountiful crops of rice, veg, fruits and grains growing. However with so many people, ever expanding industrial and urban growth the environment is under tremendous pressure. Despite numerous environment laws, land continues to degrade seriously. There are mountains of rubbish; floating in rivers, piled up among the streets and at the top of beaches. The smell of India I'm ...
... patronising, na´ve nor a complete bellend so I mustchoose my words very carefully.
Anyone who has visited India will tell a freshie
like me that the poverty is shocking. To be honest, I think the
poverty is too much for me to really comprehend. I consider myself a
reasonably empathetic guy and even if my slightly autistic and
mathematical view of the world isn't heartfelt Donna certainly
understands the suffering of life and death as ...
... from cooking, burning, exhausts, sewage and sea air. The streets were impressive, but noticeably past their best - the only evidence that they hadn't been recently patched together with string and plywood was the size of the trees lining the pavements. Reached our hostel in the rain, but in 27 degrees, and were greeted by a small hunched man - "Miss Hannah" thinks he's quite cute really. She, Mr Dominik and Mr Pascal negotiated a triple ...
... that was the cause of their existence. They were happy, gorgeous kids who just wanted to hug each other all the time, and play carem, and dance and sing and play. Without such organisations, they would be left to wander the streets alone whilst their mothers worked. The organisation not only helps those in such states but also tries to counsel those on the brink of destruction. A couple of days ago, a woman in one of the slums we visit approached a volunteer in a state of ...