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... very helpful at pointing us in the right direction and we had to figure out that we needed to go to a different station in Mumbai to reserve the tickets. So we asked a taxi (no tuk-tuks) to take us to a cheap hotel (which he didn't) so that we could put our stuff down and regain some energy before finding the other station. We ended up in the most Muslim area of South Mumbai down the tiniest, goat-filled street in a hotel that was charging us almost triple anywhere ...
... we were looking at the triumphal arc and the Taj Palace and Hotel just by its side. The skyline of Mumbai is very irregular and shows very little city planning. Most of the eastern seashore consists of naval bases hence of limits to civilians. We were prohibited to take any pictures of the ships. Despite having a huge naval presence nothing was done to stop the 26/11 terrorists from penetrating to shore on a dinghy with their assault ...
... are surpressed, sexual abuse happens regularly. The NGO we met addresses all this with infrastructure that teaches people how to fish. They provide some schooling and healthcare. In the slums, children often get very ill.
Great business meeting in the afternoon and then a fantastic night with guitar playing and tabla's in the evening.
... time for him to come down, he landed right in my open arms. Then, as with every dis-assembled pyramid, the music started and we all broke into dance. Of course everyone was blown away to see Jasper and I break into dance with them. Their eyes bulged out of their heads to see these white boys imitate the Bollywood dance moves we'd seen on the big screen days prior hahahah! As the team filed out of the square and back onto their vehicles, ...
... 8217;s out to make their own fortune wherever way they can. There’s a reason the fastest growing number of CEO’s in charge of multinational corporations are rising out of India. It’s a country striving for acceptance in the global marketplace and at the same time setting its own terms when it comes to making and breaking executive level management. For someone who grows up here and learns to cope with this ...
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