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... zuhören. Wir genießen noch die letzten Stunden, die wir zu dritt verbringen.
Am Abend führt uns Masumi in ein ihr bekanntes Restaurant. Es gibt das übliche Thali. Nur diesmal noch günstiger^^.
Um 23:05 geht unser Zug nach Goa. Wir holen unsere großen Rucksäcke vom 'cloak- room' und machen uns noch im 'reservation- room' frisch. Der Abschied von Masumi fällt mir schwer, obwohl ich sie erst 24h kenne, haben wir zusammen sehr viel erlebt und ich habe sie ...
Cool thing about looking like a tourist is to get special attentions and vip treatments. Sad part is to pay the price!! As a person who could look like a latino, thai or an indian.., I probably looked both like a tourist and a local - here in Mumbai. So, I quickly went to a restroom and added bindi - the magic dot between my eyebrows. This would certainly attest me as a local.. . All I need to do was speak in ...
Hi Everyone.. This my 1st attempt to writing... But I never ever did anything even close to what I did in the last week . I took a trip of lifetime " Cycling Mumbai~Goa"
Why I decided to do this
Like one of the locals we met who put it Just the right way " Kashala jeevala tras detat?"
And we burst out laughing & still smile when I remember this..
until about 4 months back, I would have said the ...
... stoned" washed jeans we all purchase back in the USA and elsewhere. Also, they proved laundry service for hotels and hospitals in the area.
The tour included lunch at the Soam Restaurant - a very popular Indian eating place. All vegetarian with the different Indian breads and spices.
We did run into a few of the sacred cows that roam the city.
The after lunch tour continued with a stop at the Mumbadevi Temple - for the goddess Mumba. There is a goddess for ...
... 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 ...