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... north of our office. The new communities consisted primarily of a single tribal group that had different cultures, customs, and even a different language. To enter would expand our efforts to a set of families we hadn’t yet worked with before and would represent a great learning opportunity for our organization. We walked through the clumpings of garbage homes and listened to the people explain their situation. ...
... we needed. Good air conditioning, a desk, a nice shower and the bed felt like a cloud and came with a million soft pillows. Heaven. Not wanting to leave our new abode we ended up lazing around in our room until around 4pm when the hunger pains proved to much and we headed out in search of food.
Back in Colaba we shared a small and overpriced pizza at Café Mondegar (Mondy's) and had one of the best iced teas of my life. This ...
Rule number one. Pay attention to tourist signs. In our defence we were very tired but when the sign says prepay your taxi and don't accept taxis from people who approach you..just do it. We left Mumbai's airport and took a £6 taxi about 15mins down the road. It may not sound much but in India ..we got fleeced! Our hotel was just what we needed after a long flight and 2hr stop over in Istanbul where a spontaneous plane change just ruined the seating plan causing chaos with ...
... his lower berth. Just then, the train started moving. Visions of being escorted back to the dreaded cattle car, being let off at the next station in an unknown location, or worse, danced through my head.
The TC came along and I explained our situation and asked if he could find us two births. I couldn't understand the words but his response was not promising. Our new friend intervened and after a fairly lengthy ...
... and the novel <i>Shantaram.</i> With the exception that the movie drew global attention to the existence of Dharavi, there is little else that the slum dwellers appreciate about the film, becauseits depictions of life there are all negative. The tour was presented by Reality Tours, and our young guide, who lived in another slum in Mumbai, kicked off the tour by asking each of the four of us in the group what our definition of a slum was. All of ...