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... the MEN do all the washing hanging it out in colours and do not use clothes pegs - fitting the clothes between twisted lines.
One of the next fascinating things we saw in Mumbai were the Dabba-Wallahs! There are 5000 of them and they are the food container delivery people delivering hot lunches to the office worker throughout the city. They deliver rain/monsoon or sunshine on time everytime! Containers are collected ...
We are currently on our last day in Jaipur, we have both been poorly so I haven't been ***** (pardon the pun) to update the blog.
So back to our last day in Mumbai.
You may have heard of Dabbawalas. You may have seen the film The Lunchbox. You may have seen Top Gear in India. We went off to see the Dabbawalas at work at Mumbai's second major railway ...
... got hurt before bursting into laughter. The rockets that follow the line of traffic rather than the line of people. The people hit by debris from firecrackers, realising that it was only cardboard and not fire that struck their cheeks… The laughter may be relief, a false demonstration on bravado or actual genuine fun, I’m not sure which but there was a lot of laughter for sure.
I chuckled as I saw a man struggling to open a ...
... Rohtang Pass – Manali
• On the way cover Suraj Tal, Deepak Tal which are on the road sides only
• Overnight at Manali
• About 11-12 Hrs drive, depending upon the breaks you take in between and of course the mess at Rohtang Pass
12 Aug | Manali – Delhi
• Return Home
• About 13-14 Hrs drive, depending upon the breaks you take in between.
(Additional Points: Instead of coming back to ...
... long taxi drive to my hotel prompted a little new buzz of excitement. We flew in over some incredible mountain ranges, and it was surreal to see the huuuuuuuuge stretch of the slums next to the runway. There's something I love about being in city traffic, especially in a new part of the world. I think I love the idea of being anonymous in a city the size of the whole of Australia's population. Tomorrow's plans are working out how to get into a Bollywood film ...