Trident, Bandra Kurla, Mumbai
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... the tomb of Haji Ali and a mosque only accessible via a causeway at low tide. By this time of the morning the traffic was getting pretty heavy. The streets were filled by cars, many of them yellow and black taxis (mostly little Hyundai's). At the museum, everyone was ready for a bathroom break -- and there were only two! So we spent some time waiting in line before visiting the museum. Most interesting in the museum were a series of small dioramas that told Gandhi's life ...
... you don't have it. My first world problem taught me a little lesson. Can't imagine what a major third world problem would cause me to do.
3am Face Time with Lynn (mid-day Saturday for her) with no V-nut. (but it was nice to see her mother) Who would have ever believed you could talk face-to-face from India to Bay Ridge on a phone?!
Got a few hours ...
... or begging and not give money. I've always said that I won't give to beggars but sometimes they just break your heart. However, there are stories of people either mutilating themselves or their children in a sick and twisted effort to appear more vulnerable and play on your guilt. A charity I worked with in 2008 takes in children that their parents cannot afford to keep and houses them, feeds them and pays for them to receive an education and so it was fantastic when ...
... boys in the neighbourhood, unsurprisingly he lost. The hospitality and kindness the Shekadar family showed us was something we will never forget. We gained such an insight into the Hindu religion, class system, culture and something which I found most interesting, the way in which women are treated and viewed in Indian culture. Mitali and her friends would ask me questions about what it is like back in the UK for woman particularly in regards to the freedom we have. It ...
... people were having a bath in the laundry water. At least they have a wash I suppose. 60% of India is uneducated and there are slums and homeless people everywhere. Our taxi driver said that his parents live in South Mumbai in an ordinary house, but he stays with a friend of his uncles in Mumbai so that he doesn't have to travel 3 hours each day to work. We took Stewart's advice and went to Leopolds restaurant for our dinner after ...