Hotel Unicontinental Mumbai
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... Although, we have had a fantastic time in India, Mumbai was one of the worst cities we have visited in terms of the people. We encountered several horrible people including: the man who blew soot in Stacey's face, the lads who wanted to sell Ben drugs, the drunk man who wanted to sell us his family cow and the man who followed us for five minutes who wanted to shine our flip flops?? We think that some people in Mumbai seemed angry at life and targeted Westerners. A large ...
... and it turns out it wasn't so glamourous; a 15+ hour day, dressed up in heavy, sweaty bollyood gear and dancing around for the payment of 500 rupees if you were able to stick it. (so shelly actually saved us from a horribe day - just saying) *Get off, I'm typing! Its my go!
So anyway, we didn't go. But we did do the Slum tour. We agreed it is one of the best tours we have ever been on giving a glimpse into the lifestyle of the people in these slums. ...
... for the next day was also full, and we would be put on standby, with no guaranties. What to do! With our luggage checked all the way to Mumbai, and us dressed only with a flimsy nylon shirt and zipped pants, an overnight stay in cold Newark was not a pleasant thought, plus Bob had decided not to put any extra emergency clothing in our carry on bag. We went to the Air Canada counter almost begging to put us on the next flight with any ...
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... houses and slums are gated mansions and high rise luxury hotels. Also evident was just how overcrowded and polluted Mumbai is, with every street seemingly overflowing with people, stray dogs, cows and rubbish of all kinds.
First stop for us ...