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... do have to see it to believe it. Things we saw, heard and felt. 1)Blaring horns are incessant. Within 5 minutes of driving, I had resigned myself to the fact that we were both going to die. There are no lanes, red traffic lights seem to mean accelerate, the innumerable amount of times we were clipped and cut up was astonishing. The highways in India are as chaotic as their back street bazzars and the 189,000 car-related fatalities last year ...
... know it in the US, are so far removed, you have to forget simple things like driving within the lines of your lane. Lanes don't seem to exist. Sure, there might be lines, but no one drives within them. A three lane road is easily made into 5 or even 7 if motorcycles can squeeze their way into the gaps. Everyone just goes forward and if their is an open space on the road, one tries to get into it, especially if that means moving forward, even if only by a few feet. Major ...
... slums with a backdrop of city skyscrapers. We eventually barrelled out of our tiny taxi and onto the doorstep of our home for the next two nights, to find a locked fence. Not the greatest arrival, but with a rattle a night receptionist appeared to let us in, we were unsurprised when after taking our names he grunted and pointed at the guy already asleep on the floor..this was going to be a looong morning. Flat out on the floor we took turns to nap, when finally we got our ...
... mattered. They were enjoying themselves and as I said in the dirt watching, I began to admire them and also understand a little more about them and their culture. I'm not sure what they thought of me watching (a white face in India will always get attention but none was ever hostile), but I do know exactly what I thought of them: magnificent and truly humbling to the rest of us. They have nothing, literally. Life is hard in their country and even scraping together enough ...
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Sunday March 10, 2013 - Mumbai, India
06:20 Pilot Embarked
07:57 Safely Docked
Incredible India Mumbai, India was formerly known as Bombay when it was under British rule. After the British left they changed the name of the city to Mumbai. Both names are still used. The city is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India and the fourth populous city in the ...