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... seen in the slum.
I enjoyed my time in Dharavi, I felt sad for the workers as they did not seem to be very happy there but the slum did give them an opportunity to provide for their families.
I did not feel sad for the people who live there, they all seemed to be happy, content and friendly. The children were all friendly and enjoyed their play.
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... carriage is separated into private cabins with sliding doors and usually have 4 beds in them but some train have couples cabins were there are just 2 beds. The bottom bunk form a seat in the day and the back rest folds down to form a large flat bed for 1 person to lay down on. The next level down is AC/2 which is similar but no butler service or food included. Food is for sale but whether it is safe and edible is another thing. ...
... this is a little recipe for disaster, but after a 40 min stop-start journey, we reach an unassuming crossroad underneath the flyover that I instantly recognise, even after all this time. We're here I think to myself as we get out of the car and cross over into the network of small alleys lined with food smells and tiny food stalls. Bohri Mohalla gets its name from another Shia Muslim community which has, historically, and continues to inhabit this ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Mumbai International Airport Mumbai (Bombay)
The room was lovely, the slippers, robe and towels were soft and comforting after a 14 hour flight. The surprise roses upon check-in and the chocolates in the room were GREAT. Breakfast was huge and lovely.
Only downside I would say is the price of a car to the airport... my trip there cost about about $2.50 (using a pre-pay Taxi service from the Airport) but using the hotel service was about $23.00. Just FYI.
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