Trident, Bandra Kurla, Mumbai
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... no furniture. Alleys are barely wide enough to walk one person abreast. We climb up on the roof and can see that the buildings are running into each othe, covered with torn plastic and trash. The is one school and one hospital. The land is owned by the government, the buildings by people who don't live there. During the monsoon the buildings are flooded to the knees and the Mosquitos carry Dengue ...
... right where Ghandi stood. The museum had lots of dioramas with some great doll figures. Ghandi really owned so little. We then went to an art museum. I was glad to see European paintings, but they were pretty mediocre. We then went to Northern Mumbai to the slum where the movie Slum Dog Millionaire was filmed and was about. In this slum are little, bitty factories where people are working hard to make ...
... hotel restaurant.
Next day (11th Feb) we planned to visit the Calico Museum of textiles but found out only on that morning that we had to book and it was already full. So we ended up spending the morning at the hotel before checking out and heading out for lunch. We ended up at the rooftop hotel of a historical building. Here we had a traditional thali lunch (lots of little dishes of curries, sauces etc with bread and rice). We got a ...
... 10. In spite of our best efforts couldn't buy a train ticket or a movie ticket! 11. Found that green light for pedestrians is merely a suggestion: "You may now venture a crossing. But beware!" Cars keep coming anyway at full speed, just fewer. Including some against the traffic. 12. Watched a cripple cross Marine Drive (a divided seafront highway in central Bombay - 3 lanes each way) trudging on stubs of his legs and on his hands. 13. Had little to no ...
... their only one of the day. I was desperate to know how such a seemingly patriotic government could allow their people to live in such an undignified way; the response was shocking. Apparently the government had provided housing for people to move to- but the people choose to live there for a transient period before selling it on, either because they couldn't afford the electricity or because they were so habituated to the comfort and routine of the slum community that the change ...