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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... July It's 6am and we have arrived in Mumbai. We got a taxi to a super posh hotel.. It's a treat for our last two nights; it has a hair dryer, and a shower that rains on you, it's also clean and there is not a bug in sight.. It feels so nice to get out of the shower and not still feel dirty, ha! We started our exploring Mumbai at Crawford market which is mainly fruit and veg but also has a pet/animal section where they are so badly treated. They are in the tiniest cages covered ...
... room in tact which was pretty astonishing and made me appreciate my hotel room a lot more. It also had a series of cabinets with dolls in which depicted the landmarks in his life. Andrews, being the Neanderthal that he is, barely knew who Ghandi was let alone what he did and he importance to Indians. Once we left Ghandi's house, we headed over to the gateway of India. This is where I started to feel a tad intimidated. Obviously it's a massive tourist attracted but ...
... stored and packaged on a filthy streetside floor with rats etc running around. These biscuits are labelled as made in Maharastra and sold in Afghanistan, they are not labelled as made in Dharavi because then they would not buy them. In our age of international trading, should we be stopping more to think about where and how what we're buying is made? Should we be considering or be informed about what processes and practices our money is supporting? Ok enough or I sound too ...
I was thinking I'd start the blog next week after something interesting happens, but of course in India there is never a dull day. We landed at Mumbai Airport at 0250 and it took us well over an hour and a half to get through the airport and get our bags. We quickly discovered the joys of staying in small basic hotels - they don't answer their phones in the early hours of the morning when you are trying to ...
... author but it is called The Leopard. Apparently a sequel to a book by the same author called The Snowman it’s about a serial killer with tendencies reminiscent of the ‘Saw’ films. A good read and fast paced thriller but not very ‘high brow’ for those that like their high calibre reads! Cat was a bit frustrated when she tried to buy the third book in the Fifty shades trilogy. After turning down a price of 395 rupees (about £5) ...
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