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... about $2 for all you can eat. Beer, wine and alcohol is available at most mid to high end restaurants.
We tend to stay on Marine Drive in the Fort and Churchgate Area. The location is perfect for being able to walk everywhere, purchase train tickets at Victoria Station for onward journeys, take early morning exercise on the 6 km long sea side promenade with the locals, catch the breeze and watch the most magnificent sunsets on the Arabia Sea.
... 8230; The amount of resources and additional funding we’d need were simply not available... In addition the legal issues the slum was involved in mixed with the large unruly male population (a very real potential threat to our Health workers) made it impossible to enter. It was a hard discussion to have especially after witnessing just how many people needed help, and how badly they needed it. Meera finished ...
Prior to visiting Mumbai we had many people tell us we should skip it altogether; that it’s dirty, crowded and crazy. Well, considering we think that Bangkok is a very lovely and livable city, we figured we would feel right at home. Turns out that all opinions are correct; it is dirty and crowded and horrifying (especially when attempting to cross the street or get a taxi), but also fun and lively with colorful markets and people.
... which is like a tok tok to get some bits and pieces. It wasn't so bad, maybe I'm getting old or something, or it's just because I am with a local and expected the 'craziness' of Mumbai. Think I'm going to have to add photos when back from the south of ...
... to stay here for a month entered my head. But as the train rolled, Caleb invited me to stick my head out and feel the breeze. The city was beautiful.
We walked through Mumbai after dark to reach our hotel. The city was much dirtier than I would have expected, but the grand buildings erected under British rule triumphed the debris of over 20 million inhabitants. I was blown away time and again.