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... one would eat a chip butty. Bloody delicious!
The suburbs of Mumbai beside the tracks are not pretty. They are mostly slums, where people live, work, raise their kids and die, right beside and even between the tracks. Upon arrival, I thought I heard my name called as we walked along the platform at Bandra Terminus and sure enough I did, it was our friend from Norwich, Paul, who has lived here for over six months with his wife Maureen, who teaches at an exclusive ...
... for fun , privacy,sports and clean beaches .There are number of shopping malls in Mumbai , the up market malls of these times are Palladium and Phoenix mills . Mumbaikars love to eat good food , there are about gazillion fine dining restaurants ,like,Royal China,Oumame,Indigo Deli,L'opera,Yautcha .For more restaurants you can read up Vogue India The food edition of April 2014 . Sight seeing in Mumbai is incredible , starting from The Gateway Of India located in the ...
... i_Shivaji_Terminus) in the hope of seeing the Tiffin wallahs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiffin) but unfortunately I managed to miss that somehow.
I really enjoyed the day, aimlessly wandering, taking in all the sights and sounds. I got totally lost and found a really interesting food market in Colaba plus I think I also found the financial district as well as a very small Jewish area - I was loving just ...
... owns the land but the building and its materials below to the owner. So the construction of the property is concrete work. Also, most properties have satellite tv and hd televisions. I know people in England and Aus who don't have that! The fact is, the rent is cheap so they can save up to afford such things. Funny fact was that our guide told us that doctors and lawyers live in the slums, purely because they choose to live in such a community, ...
... Bromley High lot will get this) so me Becca and Nikki joined in, teaching them the dance to the Chorus and getting everyone on their feet dancing. There was one kid there who was breakdancing too, a little Justin TImberlake I think- he was amazing and very keen to show us his dance moves. When me and Louise went to Sri Lanka we tought the kids the Steps dances there too- who knew that my junior school obsession would serve me so well in my travelling life!