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... of what the NGO was doing, and these types visits would certainly correct the negative views many people may have about the
slums. The definition of slum is anyone living on government as opposed to private land, in this case, 1 million people living on less than 2 sqkm of land, one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Given Mumbai itself is a city crammed with 18.5m people and Dharavi ...
... benches facing each other making a set of six. For some reason the internet booking system booked James and I in different booths, but through some seat swapping we got this sorted out pretty quick. There were a lot of extra people on the train, just hanging out in the walkway or sitting in a random seat until the ticket holder turned up and kicked them out. At one point there were 5 Indian ladies, 3 kids (3-5 ish years) and the two of us in our little set of ...
... not to take any photos as if spotted it could lead to some trouble.
The tour guide went on to explain that there are still village families that bring their daughters into Mumbai and sell them to the pimps. The girls then have to work off the payment made tot the family before they can go home to the village but most of them never go back.
I asked why the government lets this practice go on. We were told that prostitution is illegal ...
... was due to leave at 2pm. Having a couple of hours to kill and needing a bite to eat (breakfast really not being the most filling or appetizing of affairs) we mooched around the local streets for a bit amongst stalls selling flowers garlands and every other item on the planet. The sun, by now having reached its epitaph, had succeeded in wetting our shirts from the mix of body grime and backpack straps. To rest we sat down in front of a closed shop on a narrow street ...
... cricket with kids and addressed a class of teens learning English. The latter is supported by Reality Tours who organise the tour. You end up walking down alleys where 2 people cannot pass shoulder to shoulder and where it is so dark the you have every chance of falling into the sewer channel just beneath your feet. Houses are just rooms maybe around 12ft x 12ft with anything upto 6 souls living there.
Mumbai is now so expensive that most of the ...