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Robert recorded the sounds of Mumbai one evening. The honking from the automobiles is incessant. We were at mid-point of a street food tour. Impossibly, we had just flagged down 3 taxis and survived a 20-minute drive through crazy 2-lanes-but-let's-drive-3-across roads. I left Mumbai feeling much the same way I left that street food tour: dizzy, ears ringing, relieved I didn't have food poisoning, and glad we had broken out of our comfort zone to experience something ...
... bus obviously wasn't deigned for sleeping or comfort but we powered trough for 14 hours with sporadic periods of sleep. Probably slept about 15% of the way stopping off at sketchy petrol station and services for loo breaks and food. I didn't eat though cos I isn't trust the food. Got off the bus in a small town in Goa called Mapusa at about 9:30am. Scorching sun and lovely jungle scenery. This is what we ...
... crippled intentionally at birth just so they can be used as begging tools.
Often though, people just wanted to chat. One guy was on his way to Victoria Terminus Station and asked if I minded that he walk with me for a bit. He was not the first person to show such courtesy and no, I didn't mind. It's his country after all, he can walk where he likes. As we stroll alongside the cricket ground we chatted a bit about travel and work. He was due to start a new job in a call ...
... It was a nice treat to sit in a posh hotel like the Taj and enjoy all it has to offer; service and free bar snacks! For the price we paid for our drinks there should be free snacks. We paid over three times as much as we would for a gin and tonic elsewhere. Regardless of the price it was an experience that must be done while in Mumbai.
The next day we went on a really interesting tour(www.realitytourandtravels.com) of the Dharavi slum, notorious ...
... The children have many medical problems from living in such toxic conditions, we met one child with a tumour. This is quite a common problem.
The highlight of our stay here was the official opening of the new Vijay Ashram Children’s Home. Some of the orphans who will be the first to move in are already living with our local partner Pastor Raju Ram and they were so excited about the school opening. We ...