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... 8220;ok guys” before he says anything) had sorted us with
tickets for a Bollywood movie at the local cinema. It was in Hindi without
subtitles, but we kind of got the gist of the story. There were also random
English words thrown into lines (as most modern Indians speak a mix of English
and Hindi), which we found hilarious out of sync with the rest of the cinema.
When we got back to the hotel, Varun had also sorted us out with bottles of
... in the country - I guess it's where the workers all eat. That afternoon was spent walking through the city and admiring the intricate patchwork wall hangings for sale: traditionally they are made from dowry clothing that can't be worn anymore, making them hugely pricey and detailed. We saw one that was about 80 years old but used dowry fabric much older and the intricacy of the stitching was incredible. We went back to the cheap local cafe for dinner and after a great FaceTime ...
... to get us back into the port.
We get all the Yellow Cards just in case one worked and the other didn’t.
We waved goodbye to the admin people from Mumbai Magic Tours who had taken a motorbike to meet us at an agreed spot … off they went in one direction and us in another.
We followed a railway line for part of our journey and saw that unlike the trains in Sydney, ...
... business, and not to be undertaken lightly. Britain over the years has built many great buildings, making parts look like a little England. The Victoria and Albert Museum, Victoria Terminus railway station, the Prince of Wales Museum, the High Court and Crawford market to name but a few. The former residence of Mahatma Gandhi is now a memorial to his life and was interesting. Well worth a visit was the Dhobi Ghat which is a fascinating open air ...
... a glove, goggle or safety boot in sight. They were melting beer cans when we were there and were intrigued with the camera and asked me to take a snap of them. Adnan said it was ok so I did. My only snaps of inside Asias largest slum.
We moved onto garment making, most of the machinists are men. Then onto the leather workers. They use buffalo, sheep and goat leather. The animals are slaughtered outside of the city, the meat goes to the butchers and skins to places ...