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Went on a taxi tour today with Mr Soloman, who is actually now taking us to the airport tomorrow. We saw the slums, Laundry slum, hanging garden and most of the city.
We went to chowpatty Beach in the evening to watch the sunset. A george Clooney/Antonio Banderas lookalike came to talk to us, he was a very wise man, a teacher and ...
... br> Mumbai is a crazy city, there's a massive rift between the rich and the poor. We are in Colaba which is one of the richer, more touristy places, but even here there are people sleeping on every street, right outside the massive hotels like the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and other top notch establishments. We've been to some of the slums and spent some evenings drinking cocktails in the hotels (some of which ...
... home, packed in a 'tiffin'. A tiffin is the Asian equivalent of Tupperware: a reusable set of stackable, round metal bowls which are held together by a handle that locks over the stack. There are even tiffin delivery services - I read somewhere that 600K tiffins pass through the central train station here every day at lunch as the tiffin-wallahs (delivery boys) distribute lunches around the city! In the afternoon, team meetings, presentation reviews ...
... ruined by a fan being hung from the ceiling every metre! We then moved onto Horniman Circle – a small park with a funny name! At the other side of it is a rather boring building otherwise known as the Town Hall.
Then as always – it rained! Surprise surprise! And it didn’t just rain, it chucked it down, probably the most heaviest that we have seen so far (and I know I keep saying that!). And of course, like always, we had seen the ...
... from Garbut Point, nonetheless it was an enjoyable walk.