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... a lovely experience even if the service was extremely slow...an hour and a half to have a sandwich and cup of tea, but the view out to the Gateway of India and the ferries on the bay was sensational. In the afternoon we went to the Gandhi Museum and drove past the sole remaining fishing village, a place where there was no security so was used by the terrorists the day they bombed the Taj and 4 other sites. All in all we had a wonderful day and found that while we had seen pockets ...
... Zealand in-car living. We then decided to visit the slum from Slumdog Millionaire and made the mistake of buying our pots and pans there. The whole ordeal attracted a large crowd of men which was sufficiently awkward and resulted in us making a swift exit. The next day we went on a self guided, walking tour of Mumbai's top architectural spots. We were surprised at how well maintained the city centre was and ...
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Today is the end of my visit to Mumbai, and I still feel like I've only scratched the surface of this city. I was quite nervous coming here after all the stories I had heard, but actually I had a great time.
The hostel I booked was a little out of town but the reviews and price were brilliant, and as it turned out I met so many amazing people, in an atmosphere almost created so that ...
... elephant, and placed the head on his son, thus reviving him. Ganesha is a jealous god, and you need to give tribute to him before any other god. Others depict the marriage of Shiva and Parvati. Parvati is a very voluptuous lady! They also, just like any other temple, have a phallic stone representation, for fertility.
We also saw monkeys! They are a bit scary though, and absolutely terrified a toddler by hissing at him. On the way back to Mumbai, we ...
... but there are areas where people certain people were paid and things happen and this is one of those areas.
We were also shown the area where, if anything gets stolen in Mumbai, you can go to buy it back :D, the 'thieves den'.
From here we drove through Mumbai and over to the Dhobi Ghat.
The Dhobi Ghat is an open air laundry, the biggest and one of the last in Mumbai. Due to the introduction of technology a ...