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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... with poor social tolerance and high levels of social abuse. There is, what is best described as an enclave, near Chennai which is quite a haven and provides support and an opportunity for these guys to lead relatively normal lives. I reckon Nigel Farage should pay the, a visit. I'm sure they would give him a warm welcome.
The pagoda was an extraordinary building, and in some ways I was disappointed with. It was a vipassana centre. It is still under construction but ...
... most of the tourists have gone to bed? Are there areas where the horns and the traffic bang on late into the night? Mumbai is not the shock I was expecting but I don't have time to dwell tonight. It's up early tomorrow for a tour of Mumbai's biggest slum.
We meet our guide and group and head off on the train anxious for the morning ahead. We make our way to Dharavi, Mumbai's and Asia's biggest slum. Unfortunately we are not allowed to take photos to respect the people living ...
... put up some boards about the history of the fort. On the top there's nothing much to do except soak in the amazing views, relax and just enjoy the beauty.
It's a great monsoon trek, but one has to be really careful, since while coming downhill the mud gives in at some places. Overall a great weekend hike, and if you go in a small group, it's even more enjoyable! Looking forward to more such hikes around Mumbai.
... where the foods need to be delivered. Most of them carry 15-20 lunch boxes daily and apparently the error rate is 1 in 16 million deliveries! RED LIGHT DISTRICT The main area is called Kanthipura. We drove by here in a taxi as it's quite unsafe to get out as the streets are lined with pimps and gang members. Women of varying ages with caked-on make up stand leaning against trucks and sitting on gutter edges waiting for customers. Some women service up to 20 men per ...
... the rest of the journey the locals then made an effort to do the right thing. I find it amazing that such a small act can change behaviour. On arrival at the island we catch the miniature train to the end of the wharf. It wasn't that far, but was a bit of fun. The climb up the 250 stairs to get to the caves is a little slippery and quite an effort. If you are feeling lazy you could be carried up like a Maharaja in ...