HILLTOP HOTEL MUMBAI
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... things I usually get from McDonald's) it still hit the spot. I ended up getting a McChicken burger and the bun, chips and drink were perfect. The only thing that ruined the experience was a poor pigeon that kept flying into the window beside us. Poor thing couldn't figure out how to get out... Even though the giant open air exit was less than a meter beneath the window.
After our lunch we went ...
... was the day that this came together for me. On my urban journey at Juhu Beach, home to Bollywood super stars, papparazzi and adoring crowds, I got tired and sat down on the beach. Next to me, a man struck up a conversation. He was 39, from Nepal and he had come to Bombay for work. He had just brought his wife and 3 children down from Nepal. He asked, did I want to have tea with his ...
... kidnapped from poor families in villages in rural India and even abroad, and then trafficked to
the slums where they are then forced to work in the trade and give a proportion of their earnings to their boss. Although most of them want to leave, they haven't the funds to do so and so their plan is to work to save some money to use when they try and escape. However, because many of them are taken from their villages at a very young age, they have no other skills or ways to make ...
... chaotic but not much.
The guide pointed out a few things on our way to the hotel.
We had to drive through the city precinct and then south to get to our hotel. The guide pointed out the home of the richest man in Mumbai. It is 27 stories high, 7 stories for the car parks. There are 4 people who live in the building and 300 people that work in it. And all around it people live in ****. I am sure that ...
... to visit the tourist information centre and they approve you to the reservations centre. You collect a piece of paper and look on a huge board (all in Hindi) and find out your train number once you have this your designated a booth number. You find the correct booth and fill in your details on the sheet of paper. You have to show your passport and VISA, because you can get in the country without it?!, then you finally get given a ticket. AC2 sleepers at 19.30 to Bhopal ...