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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... built illegally on government land. The Dharavi Slum has been in existence since the 1840's and some people have been there for generations. The slum is 1.75 square kilometers (about one square mile) in size. The official population is about 1 million people. It is bordered on two sides by the two main railroad lines in Mumbai and is kind of heart-shaped. It is often called the "Heart of Mumbai". While the inhabitants are poor, they are the working ...
... our journey from South Mumbai - Nariman point towards north. Nariman is a beautiful part of the city where you could see Mumbai skyline. People were honking, crossing roads randomly, children as little as 7 selling postcards or begging with their toddler sibling at cars stopped at red light. It was seriously not the image of Bombay I had in my mind - not at all. Utter utter chaos. Madhavi showed me house of Lata Mangeskar ( veteran legendary singer). It just seemed ...
... with food. They had a mix of Indian and Western options which included brown bread toast which was toasted to order. It was probably the first time all year I've had warm toast where the butter actually melts when you spread it. Amazing.
After a big day yesterday we committed ourselves to doing as little as possible today. With our steady internet connection we ...
... films and soaps. There are very few cows in Mumbai, no Tut Tuts cos the roads are wide and busy, frequent traffic jams due to the sheer quantity of traffic and loads of Taxi's painted mostly black with yellow roofs. There are more modern cars, clearly some people have wealth here and of course loads of motorbikes. Amongst this there are carts! People manage to transport incredibly large loads on these long old wooden ...
... along the aisle. After making sure Karen was settled I climbed into my bunk and was welcomed by some good natured ribbing from my 5 cell mates, who had been watching and enjoying the entire spectacle. After the introductory joking we fell into the typical "where are you from?" US. Seattle. "Ah, Apple!". No, Microsoft. "Ah, Bill Gates." Yep. They were especially interested in how the American train system compares with the ...