Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport
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... block right next to the slum and told us that it is the most expensive home in the world - it is 27 stories high and cost more than $ 1 billion and has a staff of over 600 people to run it. Yet another example of the ridiculous extremes in India.
The link below should (hopefully) get you to the flickr site showing pictures from Dharavi as sent to me by reality tours.
... of hushed discussion between James and I we agreed.
The Daulatabad Fort was awesome (and in my opinion better than the caves which were the main attractions of the areas). The fort was built on and around a hill with several walls and the main citadel accessed via tunnels and steps through the dark within the hill. It was quite a climb and ridiculously hot but by the time we got to the top the view was well worth it. From here we were taken to ...
... juices and momos. Finding good value with a smile in that area borders on impossible. 7. Due to crowds (1.2 billion people, remember?) you will only be let into an Indian airport with a valid ticket and only up to 4 hours prior to departure time. It's worth remembering that. You can be accompanied by family, in which case they will need to purchase a visitor's ticket. Yes, you heard me. In Bombay this costs roughly the equivalent of ...
I changed rotation on Monday, moving to the Orthopedic department under the consultant Dr. Jain and his registrar Dr. Salim- again both really nice and let me scrub in on day 1 which was good too, particularly as it is a big department with lots of junior doctors itching to get some experience. They all work very ************stantly have their heads in a textbook or are crowding round an interesting x-ray that someone's senior has given them ...
... island. Beautifully carved, stoic columns provide an aesthetically pleasing entrance and continue to support the cave from within. There are relief carvings of various Hindu gods scattered along the walls. Broken off appendages and unintentional rhinoplasties tell you just how old this place is. Even protected as it is from many of the natural elements, it cannot withstand erosion through time. I situated myself at the front of ...