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... keepers offer you plastic toys, old hats and roasted meet, trying to protect all their goods from goats and small kids. However it’s very remarkable place and if you want to see the life of Indian Muslims you must feel with your bare feet the cold floor of the Haji Ali Dargah.
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It was finally time for my flight but managed to share a taxi to the airport with Nicola and Ashling which was nice. I have to say I was damn excited to see my Dad and then just 2 days later my Mum. I can't believe that the Indian part of my adventure was over. It has confused and confronted me more than anything I have done and so I've had to write another entry just to try and process my thoughts....
... people that live in Mumbai, 10 million live in slums and Dharavi is one of the largest not only in India but In the world. It's like a city within a city with major road networks, shops and other amenities nearby. The slums do not necessarily house poor people but those that prefer the community life and who want to avoid paying government taxes. Some of the richest choose to live in the slums and still drive posh cars, wear suits and rent houses elsewhere. The ...
... place, never mind get around once I am there! It will also be really lovely to have familiar faces and people I love travelling with me. So here I say goodbye to India. I have learnt a lot and would definitely come back again. I have only just scratched the surface and I would love to visit the south with its beautiful backwaters and mountains, well you have to leave something for next time! I am starting to understand how people can spend their whole lives travelling! Things I ...
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