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... day out. Before the movies we went out looking for something to eat but no cafes or restaurants in sight and all the tiny food stalls too dodgy to even think about it. We seen a Mc Donald's and felt that was our best shot at getting something decent to eat without getting food poisoning. Mc Donald's was a crazy experience in itself. While queuing to order there is a few ppl coming back with their trays spilt with coke. Once outside in the garden, we ...
... to make our way to Mahalmaxi Dhobi Ghat, India's largest laundry. Our taxi driver is keen to point out places of interest en route...the racing track, the hospital, Mahalmaxi Temple and finally the Dhobi Ghat. The fare is only Rs75 on the meter, so our Rs100 note makes another taxi driver very happy. And so to the ghat...this 140 year old hamlet is Mumbai's oldest and largest human powered washing machine. Every day hundreds of workers beat the dirt out of thousands ...
... couple of small 'take-a-way' places next to each other. So we had Indian toasted sandwiches and pizzas for lunch. We tried the cooking from both places and the food was very good.
On the way back up to the temple, Yi Ping bought some fruit from one of the street vendors who had to ask a school child to interpret for us.
All our walking ...
Our short stint in Mumbai was a very pleasant one and a stay that we didn't think we would enjoy as much as we did. One for the first things to catch our eye was that as we came into land all that could be seen for miles in every direction were the tin roofs of the slums. Although we knew there were large areas of slums in Mumbai we hadn't (and I don't think you can) appreciated just quite how vast they were. We thought Delhi was hectic, we were wrong. Mumbai makes the Harrods ...