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... ride to Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritge site. Our 6th UNESCO site in India. The port is at the Gate of India where the last British Soldiers marched out of Bombay in 1947. The ferry ride is interesting as we pass ship after ship in the ocean waiting for a place to put in port. We are told it sometimes takes 2 weeks to get a place to unload. There are lots of oil offloading platforms and we see a couple of Navy ships. There is a lot mor ...
... the largest in Asia. There are 1 million people living in 200 hectares, which is an area smaller than Central Park! Dhavari is split into two sections; industrial and residential. Our guide Siddih, who himself grew up and lives in a slum, was extremely enthusiastic in his approach and proud of the multi religious, multi ethnic and diverse settlements that slums have become. Our jaws dropped when we were told of the estimated $600 million ...
... and a new understanding of the city and some of the people who live here. Next stop is on a bridge and the already chaotic noisy traffic is even worse here with all the taxis that have stopped. We get out to see this most famous of Mumbai sights, Dhobi Ghat. For those of you that don't know a Ghat is a washing area, there are holy ghats where pilgrims bathe before praying, ghats to wash your water buffalo, ghats where people go to wash their bodies, and ghats where clothes ...
... pillars and the beautiful carvings are serene and intricate. The three headed face of Shiva is huge and must have astounded archeologists when it was rediscovered. On the boat ride back from the island we chatted to a lovely couple from Darwin in Australia. She told me her brother in law created the Tardis for Dr Who and I was a bit starstruck. All of the female guides got together and were gossiping. At the end, our guide told us that they were trying to work out what country ...
... the British when they were in Mumbai and was the place that all the important British visitors would land when they came to India. It was also the place that the 2008 Gunmen landed in boats at the start of their siege, so the monument was now closely guarde and we had to go through security to go in (as with so many places in Mumbai, even the shopping Malls).
Our tour developed in to something of a 26/11 tour, with the next stop being the ...