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... cricket with kids and addressed a class of teens learning English. The latter is supported by Reality Tours who organise the tour. You end up walking down alleys where 2 people cannot pass shoulder to shoulder and where it is so dark the you have every chance of falling into the sewer channel just beneath your feet. Houses are just rooms maybe around 12ft x 12ft with anything upto 6 souls living there.
Mumbai is now so expensive that most of the ...
... of security and an equal amount of fear and loathing. At this point in time there is a child in the opposite bunk obviously showing off in an attempt to gain my attention and when I do look I am rewarded with a shy smile and a duck under the covers away from the stares of the 'westerner' I have said it before and I'll say it again.... it is a country of contrast! I niether love it nor hate it and yet I wish I ...
We went out to the Alfa Market today, which is a street near SV Road that has all sorts of shopping and bargains on anything and everything. We didn't get much but it was fun to see the variety of items being sold and the interaction with the salespeople.
For dinner, we went to a very nice seafood restaurant called Mahesh Lunch Home. I had a delicious dish called Pomfret Balti, which is one of ...
... 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 ...
... came at night. Karen and her friends showed up downtown to take us to the Muslim quarter and experience a Muslim market in the middle of the night during Ramadan!
Its midnight and the streets are alive. All the shops are open, there are street vendors everywhere. We did a little food tour and tasted a bit of just about everything the food vendors had going. Then we sat down at some famous restaurant (might've also been in Shantaram) and had bone marrow ...
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