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... on your face. We managed to make it, grocery bags and all, and found our way to a rickshaw. Another traveling in India experience. There are no lane dividers, or at least, none that are actually used. So, if you are in a smaller vehicle, like a rickshaw, then you can squeeze past some of the larger, slower trucks and buses. However, you're in a less sturdy vehicle, so when you squeeze between two buses, cut off a car and swerve ...
... day we went to all of the major sites. The Taj Hotel (where the terrorist bombing occurred a few years ago). Magnificent. Then we went to the Dhabi Ghat, the open air laundry where hundreds of men and women do all of the city laundry in these open primitive water holes, beating the laundry with stones and then hanging them to dry. Fascinating. These jobs pass from parents to children and with the very significant caste system in India, that is alive ...