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... to me, being mad at myself for being in this situation and my spiritual self suggesting that i am divinely protected.
When it's finally fully light out, i make my plan to get the guy at the front desk to call Shari and get me to a bigger hotel. As i wait for Shari to arrive, the man lights his incense and performs his ritual ...
... got close and then managed to cross the train tracks only to see that the building was actually the local hospital. Our little family seemed to be attracting a lot of attention with people young and old waving to us, asking to shake our hands or simply giving us huge smiles. We in turn did not see many 'tourists' walking around. There are several large wedding sites staged along Marine Drive and from what we learned they are in use ...
... to 16hour day!! And there can be a lot of waiting around, and I'm sure I'd get all hot and bothered!! Besides, they were filming the next day and we had a flight booked for 7am!! So no big break in Bollywood I'm afraid! Instead we blended into the crowd and caught the local bus out to Haji Ali Mosque...another tick from the book Shantaram! The mosque is out at sea, at high tide the path to it is cut off by the ocean. After the kodak moment we headed to ...
... many of the women were kidnapped and sold as sex slaves by either their family or friends and are locked up in cages for 2-3 years when they are first abducted. Google 'Mumbai Red Light District' for more details or download Hazel Thompsons 'Taken' IBook on Itunes. Its unbelievable the atrocities that occur behind closed doors, but unfortunately as the police often take bribes from the madams and brothel owners, most things get swept under the rug. STREET FOOD ...
... and try the old "Oh damn, we missed the alarm" trick was very high but somehow managed to fight it. The tour took us to Victoria Terminus Station, Crawford fruit and veg market, and then down a dark alleyway where the guy asked “any of you vegetarians?” On us replying no, he took us into the meat market building (remarkably like Infernos on a Saturday night, smelt a bit better). Vegetarians – I advise you to skip a paragraph now.
The first sight was a ...