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... were visiting the Taj Mahal hotel, especially the old wing which has been magnificently restored since the bombing. Security was tight entering, but our belongings went through the scanner in trays with red velvet cushions! The Gateway of India gave on to a harbour full of ferries, and was surrounded by many street vendors, especially men selling ice cream from big metal cans. Unfortunately the dabbahwallahs (lunch deliverers) had that day started their annual one week holiday so we ...
... for all of the women in the group to dress up in sari's. All of my friends and family that know how much I Love to dress up, will know how sorry I am not to wear a sari. In leaving today, Daisy said that when you arrived, you said that if the India tour was 1/3 as fantastic as Africa, you would be happy. What do you think now? I said I thought both countries were life changing experiences. I think the people of India are ...
... industrious areas we had ever seen. It is estimated that 10,000 tonnes of plastic rubbish is generated by Mumbai EVERY DAY, and that 60-80% of it winds up at Dharavi, from the rubbish pickers, to the plastic sorters and driers, to those that make and export the plastic crushing machines to the manufacture of recycled plastic pellets that are used to make new stuff - your laptop, phone, TVs, cars etc may ...
... of massive proportion. Other sites included the Gateway of India (a monument to a Royal visit by one of the then British Monarchs), the (Mumbai) Taj Mahal, Prince of Wales Museum, Chowpatty Beach, etc. Chowpatty is a rather big open esplanade typical of any major westernised city. It is so mis-placed in what we have viewed so far in India !! Yet ...
Not sure if its the language or that she is a women.
You can see some of the looking down on women bit.
Anyway Rell spent most of the day catching up on her paper work & resting. I went out for a walk around the blocks.
You can see the poverty, dirt & buildings in disrepair.
People sleeping & begging in the streets & everyone stares at you.
Rell came out for a walk ...