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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... generous and helpful. We just had to keep our wits about us though,as we just were not sure if we were being conned or not. For example in Delhi, a man came to talk to us and told us to tell tuk tuk drivers "chullo" if we didn't want them. Well it wasn't until we were in Bandipur that we confirmed this means "move on", rather than"f**k off" as we thought it may! Most people were very honest and would ensure you got the right change back and not accept a tip when not ...
... met the temple cow too.
Final stop was the Gandhi Memorial Museum - that was located in the home of his friend where he stayed whenever he was in Mumbai.
highlights include traffic (both vehicle and foot) - taxis, cars, scooters, buses, and hand carts - all rolled into the organized chaos. Cows everywhere - some with caretakers, some without. And of course.....the people. Hindi and Muslim all wondering around peaceful, relaxed and pretty happy - just living the flow of the ...
... patronising, na´ve nor a complete bellend so I mustchoose my words very carefully.
Anyone who has visited India will tell a freshie
like me that the poverty is shocking. To be honest, I think the
poverty is too much for me to really comprehend. I consider myself a
reasonably empathetic guy and even if my slightly autistic and
mathematical view of the world isn't heartfelt Donna certainly
understands the suffering of life and death as ...
... In India, they cannot drive any vehicle without leaning on the horn so the noise is terrific. There are little chained areas where people feed pigeons which the Indians just love. So there may be 500 pigeons in one of these areas flying in and out.They call them pigeon restaurants. There are also cows on chains in the street with old ladies selling grasses that you can buy which they then give to the cows.
... few drinks to go out out. Alon has been in the city for a while and often entertains clients and said he could take us to some really cool places if we didn't look like total backpackers. Dressed in our best we went to meet him and went to a few bars. Annoyingly we had Misar with us so we didn't feel we could go all out. We then decided to hit the Taj for a drink. Here the problems started..... On the way we were stopped by a group of cops and accused us of taking ...