The LaLiT Mumbai
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Day 2. Wednesday. 24th April 2013.
I woke early to get some last minute packing done and Zach was already up! He said he woke early because he was so excited with his hotel room! He also said this is such a nice hotel, lets have our holiday here, why do we need to go to Singapore?? Grandma had already been downstairs for breakfast, so …
... that were just simply baffling. Things that, had they occured at home, everyone would have slowed down to stop and take pictures of, yet here they just blended in to the tapestry of chaos that surrounded them. Men striding along the road with huge pallets of apples balanced only on their heads. Cows and bulls in the middle of the road, who seemed to have an intuitive sense of where they are headed; completely immune to the horns and the ...
... tea, his 9 year old son showed me his workbooks from school and proceeded to read to me in English. The 6 year old daughter was curious and began to rifle through my pack while her 4 year old sister hid behind her mother.
And yes I am an American. Robin and I went to the director of a private school and arranged to have the oldest two kids enrolled. I paid ...
... and due to the stigma of their job (many of the women become infected with illnesses such as HIV) many end up returning as they have no other option.
We moved from the classroom deeper into the slum to the primary care facility set up by the NGO (a small room with the very basic of basic medical supplies) where we met a lady who was in such a position, but who was being taught dressmaking by one of the NGO staff so that when she was eventually able to leave, she had a ...
... to visit the tourist information centre and they approve you to the reservations centre. You collect a piece of paper and look on a huge board (all in Hindi) and find out your train number once you have this your designated a booth number. You find the correct booth and fill in your details on the sheet of paper. You have to show your passport and VISA, because you can get in the country without it?!, then you finally get given a ticket. AC2 sleepers at 19.30 to Bhopal ...