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... limb dragging themselves along on carts, a man falling off a train. I've been in a taxi which has crashed into a man pushing a cart carrying gas cylinders and had to force the driver to stop. I've heard the blare of horns solidly for 3 months, accepted that a 3 kilometre journey will take me 45 minutes and dealt with the heat, the crowds and now the rains. But then I've seen the spontaneous games of cricket down every alleyway, the mad, crashing festivals flowing through the ...
... and wound up both buying me a sari (!) and buying us a cheap in-country phone.
Buying a phone in India was much more involved than we could have imagined. We wandered to a few different shops and looked at different phones. Luckily, Nate knows what he's looking at. We ended up going with one shop, who then proceeded to tell us that in order to buy a phone we had to fill out a certain form. Ok. Fine, we can fill out a form. But ...
... heading out for the afternoon and evening.
Shopping in Mumbai
After our snooze our intention was to walk to Victoria station to have a look at the old building.
We probably got about halfway there when YiPing found a clothing shop that she wanted to look at.
It was light when we went in and dark when we came out. :D
Suffice to say that she bought a lot of clothes from the shop for her friends as presents ...
... desert as the silhouettes of monkeys jump around and a ladies sari blows in the wind - incredible India.
I believe that India has the best and worst parts of the world. I deliberately visited India as my final country in this trip with the hope that I would feel prepared for it. I don't think I ever could have been fully prepared for what India had to offer - both in a good and bad way because it's so unique. And for that reason it's been one of my favorite countries. Incredible India! ...
... like poverty, overcrowding, substandard living conditions, and depression. We were soon corrected, however, when told that the accurate definition of a slum is simply a place where people live, but do not have entitlement to the land. Reality Tours is committed to educating people about the vibrant community that exists within Dharavi - a community that has been there for generations - the infrastructure it has, and the millions of dollars it ...