Hotel Avon Ruby
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... make these labyrinths of tiny alleyways in a network of mazes is unreal. We had to crouch, watch our footing and mind our heads for dangling wires. There are doors and stairs leading to hidden rooms in every nook and cranny. Each family lives in one room, with communal toilets found in various locations. The sense of community in Dharavi is really something special, and these people have really made the best out of a bad situation. With ...
... This morning we were told to co me back to talk to the production for them to do something about the cash situ, but finally after a month and a half my Delhi belly kicked in, so I thought it best too stay back near a toilet!
Later this afternoon I will take a 16 hour train journey to bhuj in gujurat then on to mandvi where my granddad is from. Hopefully the tablets I'm now taking will keep me from being to sick...
I shall update soon :-) ...
... by India’s young and rich. The drinks were the same or more expensive than in NZ.
After that club we did a bit of bar hopping, got to drive an autorickshaw (tuk tuk) and ultimately rolled in (steamed) to a 5 star Taj Group hotel for dessert at around 6am (after having our taxi searched for bombs at the hotel entrance of course). We were shattered and had a train to catch later that day, so with the sun rising we got a taxi home.
... the high rises will ever happen.
The people who work in the commercial area of the slums are mainly farm workers come to the slums to work. The generally working in the slums for 12 hours a day. Doing this they can earn about 150 rupees per day. If they were to stay on the farm they can earn about 75 rupees per day. The live in the factory that they work in in crude sleeping accommodation.
When the business shut down for the ...
... was unique. Jennifer and Hom took us to this very nice department store in what could be described as a “seedy” neighborhood. Upon entry to this modern air-conditioned establishment, we let the staff know what we were after and were taken by a very small elevator to the second floor. On display were counters and shelves loaded with shirts of ever color and design. A young sales clerk had been “assigned” to us to oversee ...