ITC Grand Central
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... as I headed out on my own. This lady sensed this, since I have such a poker face. She was so nice. She spoke Italian as well as English and Hindi. She has worked with Italian MTV for a month translating, helped Armani designers, and translated for a documentary by Italians on the movie Slum Dog Millionaire. We began seeing things and having fun. First, we went to where Ghandi gave many speeches. ...
... cuisine guidance and local knowledge.
Security at the airport was very tight. We had our bags screened a number of times: personal searches and passport checks. All the result of the Mumbai terrorists' attack in Mumbai in 2008 (?). It reminded me of my South African experiences. Machine guns, automatic rifles and mean looking ...
... br> I am going to start charging.
Anyway a hot walk back & on the way we travelled through many makers & yes we didn't get through unscathed.
We saw our first Maca's so went in for a cold drink, Ice cream & cool air.
Well that was another battle anyway all good.
Got back to the hotel & had snacks for dinner & a night in front of the TV.
Confucius say… by the time a man is wise enough to watch his step, he's too old to go ...
... cheerful and as bright as those at home, and they just happened to live in a slum. I think it's because that's all they know.
The first evening was a little lonely so I decided to take some action and find some couchsurfers! So the next evening I went to Juhu Beach, where I met up with a Latvian, two Russians and an Irish Girl! (Sounds like the beginning of a bad joke!) We spent the evening in a funky bar called 'WTF!' and exchanged ...
... in is finished, grabbing the last 3 out of 4 bowls. This time, I get a tiny foil bowl sitting on a plastic plate and we all gobble up the kichda in no time. It’s just as I remember it =) We move on to a naan sandwich stall, cooking on a flat tava stove similar to the one at Sukh Sagar’s last week. We order a chicken roll which is another staple part of a Mumbaikar’s diet, alongside some bhuna gosh (meat fried ...