Hotel Arma Executive
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... mainly due to it being a Sunday, I'm sure. Slum Dog Millionaire was filmed in Mumbai and we have arranged to (at least) have a drive-by tomorrow of the slum area. We were to later find out, that we could have arranged a tour of the slums. A personal disappointment as I would have wet myself with excitement to visit.
Big open ...
... will ever leave my nostrils. Some parts of the cities smell so badly; of urine, rotting food, pollution, stagnant water etc that I actually thought I was going to be sick (and I have a strong stomach) and often found my self holding my nose. Part of the problem is children not being taught to respect their environment- put rubbish in a bin/take it away with you, use a toilet don't just go where ever you feel like it (we saw teachers on a school trip let the 6 year old pupils pee ...
nurse. The poverty is so far removed from anything you could wish to
not encounter in the UK. So much so that it's impossible, at least
for us, to feel any meaningful empathy. It's almost as if our brains
can't accept it as reality. God I'm sounding like a patronising,
na´ve bellend aren't I?
Today (17/08) we visited a slum, I hate that word
but its appropriate. The people who live there know it as the slum
so why should a ...
... an toilet and a bucket. Smelt like Pascals Eau de Toilet, or just heavy with urine. It had a lock but we were tired so bedded down for the night with the sounds of the city in the background - mainly car horns!
The next day we explored the city in the rain. Saw the Gateway to India, the imposing Victoria station, sat in and watched a few trials in the High Court, had our first Thali (big plate of Indian Mezze basically), walked along ...
... had five children and the youngest was a newborn. Her husband had left her and run off with another woman. And that morning, that woman's husband came and beat up this woman in the middle of the slum- he viciously tore off her sari and battered this helpless woman, as 'punishment' for her own husband's adultery. She was scared to sleep along in her room, for often men would walk in during the middle of the night and try to rape her- and she was in a state of acute emotional pain. ...