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... not to wear symbols to reflect their marital status.
· The singsong cadence of English speaking Indians is authentic and not just something that westerners do when poking fun.
· The delineation between public and private spheres as experienced in the west is blurred here. Life happens in public, on ...
... Considering that the chief substance around the manufacturing of this type of levels is definitely reprocessed rubberized in fact it is put together by recycling older along with impaired automotive old tyres, by using this specific type of flooring type besides boosting the attractiveness of your place you could help needed for situation shelter. Products with the garbage motor vehicle ...
... the hotel guests!
Just around the back of the hotel was the famous Colaba Causeway, and Leopold's cafe- built in 1871 and made famous by the book Shantaram and again by the 2008 attacks. The causeway itself is lined with market stall after market stall selling tourist tat (Or if you are Nikki, who absolutely loves it, 'Trinkets') so it was there that Tim left us so that we could so some serious souvenir shopping before heading to Pizza Express (yes ...
... boom! They ask you for some Rupees. The taxi ride from the airport to our hotel located in Khar West was insane! There were no road signs, traffic lights or markings on the roads to show however many lanes there were or a sense of direction when driving. Our taxi would be driving straight down a road and suddenly a rickshaw would appear out of nowhere driving straight for us! Beep Beep! that's all you would here! The roads at 2am were not that busy, but still chaotic. Most ...
... pay only very small sums of money to the workers, often illiterate and migrated from rural areas with no ID and as such no means of legitimately finding alternative work.
The working conditions almost brought me to tears, men and children operating heavy machinery with no safety considerations, in smoke filled rooms with no ventilation and scorching temperatures. It was a surprise to learn that one of the leather making factories was supplying well known ...