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... the largest in Asia. There are 1 million people living in 200 hectares, which is an area smaller than Central Park! Dhavari is split into two sections; industrial and residential. Our guide Siddih, who himself grew up and lives in a slum, was extremely enthusiastic in his approach and proud of the multi religious, multi ethnic and diverse settlements that slums have become. Our jaws dropped when we were told of the estimated $600 million ...
... a look at how he lived. There was also a series of dioramas that show his life from small child caught stealing and seeking forgiveness from his father through to his assassination. Next it was time to get a little bit of culture at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (or the Prince of Wales Museum). The museum has religious carvings, miniature paintings and a nature section. It was a good museum. Interestingly at the first entrance to the ...
... difference for me was electricity in AC carts you have a outlet to plug your laptop or whatever into this is great for 2 day train rides to watch movies, in Sleeper no such luxury. Since there is no AC it gets hot in the day and cold at night, but not a problem, the worst about sleeper is all the traffic through the carts, people keep on getting on and off and anybody can just walk through these carts, thus always noisy with 100’s of vendors walking through and ...
... to the city walk as suggested in the Lonely Planet. It started close to where we are staying, this is easy to follow and shows us much of the old British Buildings. Then we arrive at "The Oval", I have never seen anything like this in my life. There were more than 50 cricket games going on. The cricket pitches were lined up against each other, (Maybe 5 meters apart) bowlers run in, and balls were hit. The fielders were from any game, if you were ...
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