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... homeless here are begging because they are genuinely starving and haven't eaten in god knows how long, if they don't get money they don't eat and definetly don't have any shelter to stay. Whereas in countries such as the US and the UK there is a good chance that they will be able to find food from food banks, and at some point get at least one or two nights in shelters. India described in a nut shell would be 'organised chaos', but somehow it ...
... reach the Elephanta Caves we had to climb a lot of stairs. The way up there was surrounded by a lot of shops selling different souvenirs.
We went directly to the ticket office and checked the price which was IR 250 per person. Nonetheless, instead of charging us IR 500 they charged us IR 400 but didnīt give us any tickets. The deal was that they were just getting money from tourists that were requested to buy much more expensive ticket (locals pay only IR 10 per person) ...
... wait to board the train until it has stopped moving, you are at risk of not getting a space onboard. So, when the train is still going along at quite a clip, people start hurling themselves onto the train. If you stand on the side of the train that does not have the stations, it makes for a much more pleasant trip. But, yes, we stood for our hour-long train ride homeward. And, when it came time to get off at our stop, lots of ...
... one hour away from the city. On the island were 8 giant caves that were man made with ancient intricate carvings all through them dedicated to Shiva one of the many Indian gods. The caves were amazing although basically just ruins now but still up there with one of the best sights we have seen on our trip. While buying souvenirs on the island I was eating a street corn and attracted a local cow who kept charging at my for my corn. Not the best way to enjoy ...
We just completed two days in Mumbai with a great guide. Have to say we were very surprised in that it was NOT the mass of humanity, with snake charmers and extreme poverty that we were expecting. Yes, there were slums, and we took walking tours through two of the them, but they were no worse than what we experienced in South Africa or Rio. The people living in these hovels are all working people, many of them creative entrepreneurs proving services that ...