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... head was screaming and shouting at me "SLEEP". Very obediently I neglected the surrounding and slept without wasting a minute till the time it took its usual halt at a food mall. MacDonalds have been a great savior wherever you go. I got down, picked up a burger had it and again slept. 90 min to go to reach Dadar, my dad is supposed to pick me up and I am supposed to call him 30 min before I reach. But, I slept again and got late to give him a call. This resulted in longer waiting ...
... Shelly brought 2 scarves and 2 paris of PJ style trousers a she is supposed to cover up (slapper!) but realised afterwards she definaltey could have gotten a better deal - oh well 5 quid for the lot wasnt bad from 15.00 quid!
The Gateway of India is one of the most famous landmarks of the city, built for the arrival of King George and overlooking the sea. It is beautiful in the day and by night it is lit up in purple and green and looks stunning. ...
... for the next day was also full, and we would be put on standby, with no guaranties. What to do! With our luggage checked all the way to Mumbai, and us dressed only with a flimsy nylon shirt and zipped pants, an overnight stay in cold Newark was not a pleasant thought, plus Bob had decided not to put any extra emergency clothing in our carry on bag. We went to the Air Canada counter almost begging to put us on the next flight with any ...
... 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 ...
... and red chillies ground to a paste) and ground coconut paste Dosa - a crepe made from a lentil batter served with sambar sauce Wadas - fermented yellow split pea batter deep fried, served with a variety of spicy sauces like sambar or yoghurt Congee - loose rice stew served with a variety of toppings of your choice; fried onions, crushed peanuts, chopped spring onions, choice of finely chopped chicken or pork Also available are a variety of Indian flat bread called ...