Hotel Rang Sharda
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... actual approach to the actual house cooking. Some individuals could very well marvel exactly what
distinct work cool dice manufacturer could possibly have, wounded passengers pretty much the right cooler in your kitchen making ice.
In all the a social event, bbqs, get-togethers, and all the common pleasurable people, you're
after significant amount involved with brand-new ice cubes, as you might need ...
Arriving in mumbai following a night flight and so far the best food on the plane giving us good hope for the Indian Cuisine.
We were then met by our lovely taxi drivers, which actually happened to be 'helpful' porters that lied and just wanted a tip for showing us where the taxi was - without even carrying our bags! We soon sent them off and went on the craziest drive ever ito central Mumbai. 90 minutes and costing 6.50 - bargain!
... br> We continued with our sightseeing in Bombay with a guided tour of the world's largest slum. The trip took us across Bombay, through Muslim and Hindu areas, through markets and factories, into wealthy and poor areas, and everywhere, thousands of people, cows, goats, dogs and cats, fighting trucks, cars and the ever present yellow and black taxis, for space on the road! The dust and smog blending with the incessant honking of horns gave us ...
... wish happy new year and shake the hand of almost every individual we passed as we did a lap of the block. Fun. Decided to go back into the bar which by now was becoming somewhat crowded. So much so that a queue was forming outside. We of course made our way to the front of the queue and headed straight in, they know us here now! A few more drinks and while not yet midnight, it was time to escort a quite drunken person ...
... the most fun thing!" because that's not what the tour is meant to teach us, aka Westerners specifically. After reading Shantaram, and Behind the Beautiful Forevers, one begins to learn that to many, a slum looks as if it is a sad and miserable way of life to have to pursue.
Upon visiting, and from readings, you learn that in fact, the slums for many are a way to make it out of their current position and house strong, thriving communities of hard working people ...