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... Yash Raj - who fancies himself as a bit of a Bollywood star because he's always breaking into song! The day consists of visiting four different slum areas - and the kids come onto the bus where we teach them and then serve them food. The first stop was at the biggest dumping ground in Mumbai - the smell was pungent and there was rubbish strewn everywhere. There was a lot to take in - on one corner someone was dozing on a pile of rubbish, in another ...
... toy train. I think perhaps only the Cardiff Bay train has a worse price per mile than the Elephanta Island Express, but at 5 rupees a go, it's not to be sniffed at, even if you can comfortably outpace it walking... Things learnt so far: - Traffic lights are simply suggestions, not instructions - Bollywood musicals have about four dance moves and, in the case of the men, only one hairstyle ...
... sweet. We walked in to the flat and they gave me a tour
of the place which has a total of 5 bedrooms, two of which the three of us will
stay in. We have 2 really nice bathrooms to ourselves, a kitchen that is filled
with everything that we can possibly need including a microwave, toaster,
snacks, utensils, etc. We landed a great deal! Thanks to my mom and Atul uncle
back at home for making it happen.
Throughout the ...
... Mumbai she met during her post graduation in London. She is a chef-cook and would love to work in Europe, but work permits have become a big issue now. Also het parents and grand-parents had a love marriage which,at that time was unique as most marriages, even today, are arranged.
The son is called Adwait and he is of course a cricketer and a big fan of Manchester United. Just last Wednesday they beat Ajax in Amsterdam by 0-2.
... are being demolished to build bypasses and the offices of Western firms desperate to lap up the cream of India's new tech-savvy elite. And all the while, armies of wallahs - from chaiwallahs (selling spiced Indian tea) to dabbawallahs (serving lunch to office workers at their desks; two hundred thousand meals are served this way every day in Mumbai) to puncturewallahs (in case an irate neighbour finds your car parked in their space) - patrol the streets ensuring that Mumbai's ...
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