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We walked the whole length of 'The Necklace' - a huge semi-circle of a promenade on this south west side of Mumbai. It was very humid and sticky but we made it. Then, a taxi ride later, we arrived at Dhobi Ghat, the biggest open-air laundry in the world! WOW! Dickensian scenes, alive today. A local explained that they were all independent little businesses with workers earning approximately £60 a month, working starts at 4am till after midnight ...
... who were so friendly and happy with everything they had. I was truly touched. I said my goodbyes and I have to say which is not like me normally but saying goodbye was actually quite emotional. I left feeling like I’d witnessed seeing something in my life, which just had to be seen. What I saw followed me back to my hotel that night and still sticks with me now at this very moment.
It was goodbye Mumbai and to ...
... our time as we saw fit.
Felix is also not big on begging. By example, he encouraged us to reward those willing to work for their living – remember the little boy whom Felix invited to come on the bus and do the magic trick. His passing comment afterward was, “I like to help kids like that who want to do something.” The mothers with scraggly looking ...
Many of the patients that come in to see Dr. Mehta are plagued with issues that are easily avoided when basic principles of self-care, hygiene, and disease prevention are applied. One such example is that of a young woman (who looked to be no older than 20) that came to the clinic with complaints of needing to urinate constantly, pain upon urination, and pain in the pelvic area—classic symptoms of a urinary tract infection. The story ...
... per year mainly for Inida, but they also export to other areas like Mauritius as well. They continuously employ 20 people.
After the dinner we met with the local team and had a very good and open discussion about the good (hospitality, food, diversity, opportunity) and bad points of India (pollution, traffic, corruption, trust in gouvernance). The elections in Mumbai only had a turn-out of 46%. People do not believe anymore that they can influence the ...