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... s grandest and best known. We got out of the car briefly at the fishing community of Koli, but were driven back inside the car by the appalling stench of rotting fish, excrement and the diesel lorries from all India belching black smoke as they jostled and hooted in a vain attempt to extricate themselves and their stinking, rotting loads from the narrow quays.
However, that which made the deepest impression was Mani Bhavan, Ghandi’s home in ...
... dangers. The streets are about a meter wide. We're told that 93% of children go to school and the vast majority of adults work. There're children walking around on the rubbish dump. 40% of the entire population of the city live in slums, more than six million people. The one we visit is largest in Asia and has about one million people. Scenes from slum-dog millionaire were filmed there. On the way back in the car, some beggars ...
... for the family, having to be stuck on a plane. What an awful way to either start or end a holiday. Once we landed, we had to remain on the plane until the medical crew was able to remove the body and allow the family off.
Getting into India was fun. Customs lady was not happy that my paper was not impeccable, and I had to refill it, and get back in line. As I landed an hour earlier than the rest of my family, I wasn't too concerned, trying to hang out and wait for ...
... space is a luxury that only westerners can afford! With the population of Australia (round 22 million) fitting into the city of Mumbai, you can understand what I mean. The traffic... Sheez. It actually moved better than some of the cities in Africa but its chaotic. Usually there aren't any lanes on the road but if there are, they are treated as funny little straight white lines and nothing more. But the way they drive is different from any other ...
... a train from CST with our guide we arrived at Dharavi where we were given a brief overview of the everyday goings on within the slum. Dharavi is an entirely self sufficient town and is a fully functioning city with hospitals, police force, court rooms, schools and shops. The main industries in the slum were plastics, textiles and leather. Many of these factories in here produce materials and products for a host of some of the worlds biggest brands. We ...