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... of youth that had nothing to do but get in trouble. The situation was as messy as the slum was. We left the slum weighed down by what we had seen we drove about 10 minutes west to the supposed second slum, however after a few minutes of talking with some community members it became apparent that the two slums turned out to be a single massive slum with close to 10,000 families. Currently HEAL operates in 25 ...
... Planet strikes again! The walk there however was pleasant and involved cutting through a giant sports field. It was completely dedicated to cricket. Around twenty games were concurrently taking place, but there was only enough room for about 4 or 5. This meant that each game overlapped with several others in giant Venn diagrams. It wasn't uncommon to see Indians standing back to back at the intersections, fielding for different games.
... b, when you pull in behind someone c, when you pull in front of someone and d, when ever and for whatever reason you feel like! As we arrived the centre was packed full of people, we headed to the one of the great sights the gate of India only to find it had been cordoned off for a swimathon. Never the less we walked around taking in the sights, sounds and delish food smells cooking on the street stalls. We then came across a problem...crossing the road. The traffic ...
... along the aisle. After making sure Karen was settled I climbed into my bunk and was welcomed by some good natured ribbing from my 5 cell mates, who had been watching and enjoying the entire spectacle. After the introductory joking we fell into the typical "where are you from?" US. Seattle. "Ah, Apple!". No, Microsoft. "Ah, Bill Gates." Yep. They were especially interested in how the American train system compares with the ...
... it contributes annually to the Mumbai economy with the various industries it supports within the slum, such as recycling, pottery making, and fabric dying. In addition, a very high percentage of people who work in Mumbai's service industry live in Dharavi. It was extremely interesting and enlightening, and good to know that some of the money from the tour goes back to help establish community based programs there. About the only thing we did not get off ...