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... the middle! We went to Pizza Express tonight, it was the first branch of this chain of restaurants in India, there are now 4. It seemed very opulent being there although it is pretty standard at home. We needed a rest from spices but it felt slightly surreal. We are staying in Hotel Diplomat which sounds grand but it isn't, no style, no Indian flair, no Nisha or lads at Hibiscus but we are lucky aren't ...
... is a 5 day holiday. On the 5th day, sisters are supposed to invite their brothers to their homes- Gavin, sorry about this-- we don't have a home! But, know that on Nov 7th, I'll be thinking of you :)
We are planning to check out the modern art museum this afternoon, and then book our train tickets and hotel to see the Ajanta and Ellora caves next. We also hope to wander the streets a little, and get some sense of the area ...
... and dealing with hot materials no one wore any protective gear. The charity I was doing the tour with had offered to buy them protective clothing but the workers have declined because gloves, goggles etc can make them even hotter and slow down their productivity - understandable considering the average wage is 150 rupees per day / £1.90 depending on the productivity. Most of the workers come from remote villages to work for 10 months of ...
... road to take photos of the laundry ghats. We weren’t the only westerners there though and of course the locals knew that and were primed to sell us every possible Indian souvenir.
Back in the car we made our way to Dharavi, were we first took a look at the commercial district of the slum. Despite the poverty of the slum there is an estimate of 15,000 single-room factories, employing around a quarter of a million people and turning over ...
... 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 ...