Sahara Star Hotel
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... see their sorting/distribution system though there were one or two freelance deliverers. Out guide said the men prefer to have their lunch cooked by their wives, even if their families had cooks and muttered about little boys spoilt by their mothers. We stopped to photograph the dhobiwallahs and their lines and lines of washing...mainly white but very now and then a line of saris or other bright colours. They can remove any stain but 'you only send the most durable fabrics to ...
... was slightly shocked at our loud and excitable love for Sumatra and a Syrian girl who lives in London and asks a lot of questions. We first had to get a local train and then walked to the slums. We were instructed not to take any pictures and not to make bad faces at bad smells. The slums we visited are divided into two sections, the residential section and the industrial section. It has 1 million people living in it at a density of 6-7people per square meter. I was surprised ...
... filled with thousands of surprises everywhere you turn. It's a city that always feels on the brink of brilliance or total collapse. Sometimes it feels like a daily battle to do the most menial tasks, but then there are those crazy, unpredictable moments which make the effort worth it. The city is developing and growing at such a pace that there are growing pains everywhere you look, and at first it seems like a city with no rules. But when you look closer you realise there ...
... last game will be a good omen as that is where we were on holiday when city won the league 2 years ago.
Our next day we did a walking tour to look at the architecture of some famous buildings and visit the modern art museum. Particularly impressive buildings were the India Assurance Company building and the High Court. The modern art museum had a good collection and made more sense than the Tate Modern! You could easily see what was art and what was building site. ...
... looks really nice when we arrive with lots of mood lighting in the tree above an all around. Tiny outdoor library too Went to the German bakery for a snack and ended up feasting on some outstanding salads, juices, chai, crepes and strudel. Mmmmm Didn't have enough cash and they didn't take card so just said its fine pop back tomorrow which we will. LIKE this ...