Lakeside Chalet, Mumbai - Marriott Executive Apartments
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... counteract some of their ideas. We were met by a delightful Indian woman, Vinita, who has been a guide for 20 years and is very familiar with her city and the ways of tourists. We had a very modern bus, the only problem being the very high step which Susan found difficult to manage. Leaving the port we were surrounded by touts and taxi drivers but fought our way through to the bus and went through the port and commercial area which was very quiet at 10am. We toured widely ...
... He could read and write English but he spent a good year watching movies to help with the speaking part. I asked him for a movie quote - he had just watched The Godfather the night before and gave us a quote from it - classic!! The opportunity for kids in the slum were somewhat grim. They do have chance at school for the most part but beyond getting a hotel job or something outside the slum their class of people will not really allow them to make ...
... every sunday when I would ride for 5~6 hours practise then sleep... she would be so supporting.. And when my Parents & Brother were trying to make her talk me out of it.. she did not talk about it... Thank you Sarika.
My Parents, brother, Bhabhi.. Even if they were scared for me... They were proud at me about my updates... Thank you.
My daughters.. Who look forward for the Holidays with me... Sorry babies.. ...
... to Ice Creams to Faludas to what not. I feasted myself there and roamed around in the beach till 11pm. Then at 11 I left for the nearest train station at Vile Parle. From there I took a train and went straight to Marine Drive. I reached Marine Drive at about 12am and I walked around in the track at Marine Drive till about 1am. Marine Drive at night is way more happening than at day, is what I realized. But I couldn't stay much longer as I had to reach another ...
Tuesday 8th October
After our never ending journey on the train the following night, the immortal words of "5 star!!, 5 star!!" were cried and we both decided that we deserved a treat - and a big one.
Mumbai is the forth largest city in the world and the most populated in India - it also has one of the largest slums called Dharavi which is home to a million people. What was a huge surprise to us is that the slum has a staggering turnover of £700m. ...