Palms Hotel Tower & Villas
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... 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 ...
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Breakfast was okay this morning & we got our laundry back & it was very cheap to get done so we will get as much done as possible while we are here.
Making it a lazy morning today.
Rell will become more beautiful at the salon should only take a couple of hours & then we will go for another walk this afternoon.
Rell had her beauty treatment & it made her look ten years younger.
I was roaming the streets while this occurred. Went to a small cafe ...
... for herself too. NiuNiu and I had no interest in buying any clothes so we sat around for what must have been 2 hours plus while she tried on many different styles and colors.
We left carrying many bags of clothes and decided to walk back to the hotel.
None of us were hungry so we decided to get some desert from the ice cream place near our hotel and take it back and have desert in our room.
We had the same problem as the ...
... to the Mumbai economy with the various industries it supports within the slum, such as recycling, pottery making, and fabric dying. In addition, a very high percentage of people who work in Mumbai's service industry live in Dharavi. It was extremely interesting and enlightening, and good to know that some of the money from the tour goes back to help establish community based programs there.
About the only thing we did not get off the Mumbai bucket list ...