Hotel Midtown Pritam
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... There is no welfare. The slums have running water, electricity, satellite TV and internet service. There are hospitals and schools in the slums and virtually all of the children go to school (they do provide some incentives, like a free meal, to encourage attendance). The residents pay property taxes. While most slums are purely residential, the Dharavi Slum has a large industrial area as well as a residential area -- and our tour would include both ...
... and I totally agree with that, amongst all the rats and rubbish there are some stunning old buildings , most of which date back to the british era. The day we wanted to go see everything was the day it rained , now when i say rain what I really mean is it was like having a shower head right above you on full. So my £8 primarni waterproof jacket made its first appearance, needless to say this did not really keep me dry, i suppose it wasn't made for ...
... India! We walked around the area for a while. We take our leftovers with us from every restaurant so we can give them to the hungry people on the street, miriam gave hers to a group of women and children. We had a bit of a miscommunication and started looking for a beauty salon when actually miriam said, bizaar...(not massage) oops. We found another bakery and couldn't help buying a triple chocolate cake and a brownie. As we sat down outside to enjoy, two women came ...
... outdoors, We ventured into Dharavi on foot over a bridge over a rail line, first visiting the industrial area with workshops doing all kinds of dirty work involving recycling garbage and smelting down metal, then a roof top visit for a better vista of the slum, on through residential neighborhoods of the different ethnic groups and religions (separate quarters for Maharathi Hindus ad Muslims, Gujaratis, ...
... we'll leave that one as a mystery."
By the third morning I found myself walking out onto the balcony and feeling at home. It is curious how fast our bodies adapt. The previous night we returned to our room after seeing Gravity with Pablo in an Indian theater (a whole new experience in itself). We went to request the key only to be told that it was upstairs. Vanessa had left our first morning in Mumbai ...