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... wanted. The Dharavi slum has residential areas roughly separated for Muslims and Hindus as it is well known they don't get along. The Muslim area is far more peaceful where as the Hindu community has a lot of energy with sound systems playing everywhere and many friendly faces greeted us with "happy holi". You see cricket being played in every available space and with space in short supply children were very creative. Houses are mostly made of stone on ground level ...
... rice, curry, side dishes and dessert) for a very cheap price- some are delicious and some are not great quality! Ollie has added some more vegetarian meals to his diet such as Aloo Capsicum and Sag Aloo but is no where near converted and wants meat as a majority. The food has sadly not been as good as Ollie expected due to the quality of the meat. He says the flavours have been amazing but the butcher skills are somewhat lacking for him; meat has been tough, usually on the bone ...
... they forgot to pour chocolate over my body and put cream and one fresh red cherry on the top of my head. Then it would be perfect :)
Note: Sari is the national dress for the women of India. A sari is basically a long strip of cloth and the length of the sari varies from 4 to 9 meters. You need to wrap the sari around your waist and you are then required to drape the other end over the shoulder baring the midriff. The petticoat and the blouse (known as choli) are also ...
... are both excited to be in India during Diwali, and to be able to experience this holiday ourselves! It sounds like a wonderful holiday-- you clean your home and light lamps all night to signify the triumph of good over evil, and have feasts with sweets and new clothes and dear family all around. There should be fireworks, as well, I gather. I love the idea of a celebration of "good" and love and family. This year, it starts on Nov ...
So our train journey to Mumbai was interesting. If you haven't seen the video on Facebook that Hannah made then I suggest you do. The story goes something like this. We had pre-booked second sitting reservations for the journey which was supposed to take about 8 hours. Usually we'd go on a sleeper train for anything above 5 or 6 hours as it can get pretty un-comfy sat on hard seats for that length of time. Sadly due to the popularity of the route we had ...