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While driving about Mumbai we saw loads of Dabba-Wallahs ('food container person') flying about the streets on their motor bikes and pushys delivering metal lunch boxes to people in the city. Apparently 200,000 are delivered a day with an accuracy rating of 1 mistake in 6 million!
After a quick shower back at the hotel we headed to get on our 15 hour bus to Udaipur.
Mumbai your taxi drivers are generally arseholes but your Dosa's are ...
... we were surprised to see that even with these terrible conditions we still saw plenty of people smiling, laughing and going about their days.
After arriving at our hotel and miraculously being allowed to check into our room at 9am we immediately pulled the black-out curtains and settled in for what was a lot like a super delayed hit of the snooze button. Of course as often happens in those situations we couldn’t fall right to sleep and just as we ...
... then they were locked away. I was gutted as I didn't get chance to take out my phone to take any photos. Over to the dressing room we were told the scene was an auction and we had to wear suits. Everyone wore darkish colours then they came over to me and the French girl with a bright pink outfit. We were both hoping the other would get it but of course they handed it to me. I figured at least I'd notice myself on screen. Then we were hurried over to the ...
... of what the NGO was doing, and these types visits would certainly correct the negative views many people may have about the
slums. The definition of slum is anyone living on government as opposed to private land, in this case, 1 million people living on less than 2 sqkm of land, one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Given Mumbai itself is a city crammed with 18.5m people and Dharavi ...
... shifts. Collecting, washing, drying, ironing and delivering millions of items, including hospital items that have to be sterilised, from socks to sheets in an almost round-the-clock operation. Now it is winter and 30 degrees so you can imagine the strenuous effort these workers must undertake to average a wage of roughly £2 a day. Many, if not most, items were brand new. Brought from factories for laundering before being exported for you ...