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 ...
... Potentially the most expensive hotel in India, where the likes of Angelina and Brad have stayed; it even had its own documentary series, which didn't include any information on the children who are begging on the streets right outside. Speaking of celebrities though, it's easy to feel like one in India, especially when your skin tone can really only be described as ...
... and working Mumbai is all around and visible. Its extremes are expressed in skyscrapers, in the extravagance of the Taj Hotel with its uniformed staff and high security set against the vigour and (sometimes overbearing) hustle and bustle and smells and sights on the crowded pavements leading to Crawford Market. Here amongst the fruit stalls, food stalls and all manner of other stalls there are few tourists, just people ...
... going in Mumbai for the past couple of nights. All seems well but didn’t stay out long tonight, back to make the most of the very comfy bed and blackout blinds.
So ready to fight the day today as we have an agenda we need to fill. We need to sort our train to Chandigarh, however that seems to be more difficult than originally thought. So we are now flying, two flights isn’t cheating on an overland trip is it?? We ...
... the most beautiful. The only downside was that EVERYONE wanted a picture of us - apparently we are more photogenic than one of the the most iconic buildings in India, but we sat there and smiled whist people handed us their babies, pets and grandparents. Although our stint in Agra was very short (we didn't stay the night) we both agreed that it really was a place worth visiting and that having your photo taken was a small price to pay to be able to experience such a wonderful ...