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... at her utter joy and energy. We cross the road to the other side of the park and enjoy the views over the city. We meet a young man selling peacock feather fans and he proceeds to give us a tour of his park. We also talk a lot about the cricket, and he gave a long and considered lecture on how India were going to beat Sri Lanka that evening. It was listening to him and wandering around that we discover why these are called the floating gardens. The gardens are on top of ...
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... br> Went down the street with the guide this afternoon to the markets.
Suppose to be 10000 shops & from the looks he could be right.
Anyway the A/C in the room wasn't working real well so we got an upgrade to a new room.
The service from most of our hotel staff has been excellent.
The service from government personnel has been ****. That all for now talk later
Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.
... The restaurant was packed, luckily we had arrived at just the right time as we virtually went straight in. There weren't many tourists in the restaurant while we were there, mainly locals. The bottom eating area was not air conditioned which was well received by me. I really dislike moving from AC rooms to hot outside locations and back to AC rooms etc. I prefer once exposed to the hot environment to allow my body to acclimatize. Breezes in the ...
... the massive Chapatti Beach in the heart of the city; the enormous sea wall that extends for miles along Marine Drive, referred to as "The Queen's Necklace" because of the Bay's shape when lit at night; and the cricket fields that were always full of activity.
But I had to go beyond the lives of the middle and upper middle class, and so made a point of taking a tour of Dharavi, the largest slumin Asia, that was made famous by both the movie Slum ...