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... the gang telling me they were in the Leopold Cafe. A quick shower and I was supping on a ice cold green tea in good company shortly after.
I felt quite apathetic in Mumbai. I spent most of the time moving from one air conditioned cafe to another chilling and writing. However I joined the guys on two great day trips. The first was to a large pagoda and the other was to the laundry 'town'. Both were very educational. I'll start with the pagoda.
As you ...
... the world trade centre, the biggest laundry in Asia, Gandi's House Museum, and a Hare Krishna temple. We attempted a 2nd temple, but it was just too crowded, and they wouldn't let us take our cameras inside, so we gave up! Early night in preparation for our 5:30 flight to Kerala ...
... have also put up tin-roofed rest stops to so that you can catch your breath, and snack on the goodies that you carry along with you. There are restrooms near the sanctuary, but once you start the hike, there are none until you make your way down.
The difficult route is supposedly a short cut to the fort, but the climb is much steeper. From the experience of the so-called 'easy route', I am guessing that the climb at on ...
... is like what was depicted on 'Slumdog Millionaire', very narrow alleyways, dozens of kids running around and women at home doing the housework. There was a real sense of community and the people there really seemed content with what they had. There were the occasional parts that were odorous, but surprisingly most of what we saw was relatively clean. Our tour guide told us that over the years the crime rate in the slums has steadily decreased due to the strong morals of ...
... pass some statues of important statesmen and a large public garden full of people. The fort no longer exists. We notice there is a cricket game taking place in the Oval Maiden.
We return to our hotel room to see what's on TV - Ian has been getting into the Indian soaps...he claims it's only because there is little else on :-)
The one showing yesterday evening in the railway waiting room was actually quite amusing. Bearing in mind that all of the dialog is in ...