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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... but when people sometimes won't take "no" for an answer, even when phrased politely in Hindi, it's difficult.
The people and culture are also so, so different to anything I have ever experienced. There is chaos everywhere! The roads are insane with every driver for himself. Saying that, when a bus driver overtakes at a ridiculous place which was never going to work and forces the car in front to stop completely to avoid a crash... nobody honks! ...
... ride was enjoyable for the first 30 or so minutes, however, it got stale as the crush of traffic was slowing us down to a standstill. At times we didn't move for what seemed like ages, so we decided to pay the 55 rupee toll to cross the “faster” bridge. That decision was looking smart for awhile, until we hit another traffic jam 10 minutes later. All in all, it took two and a half hours to get to our hotel – partly because of traffic and partly ...
... it's the right hotel and everything is fine. Beyond relieved. We get into bed in a full dorm and I toss and turn as I am nervous and still unnerved about being here. We wake up this morning and meet our dorm mates. One is a lovely lady from Germany who is leaving for Goa today (everyone is going to Goa), the other is a Swedish guy called Victor. He is a solo traveller who has come from a trip in New Zealand and has lost his bags in transit. He is ...
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... over one million people live in just 1.7 square kilometers. Ninyesh is keen to start by telling us that the Slum-Dog Millionaire was filmed in a fake set built at the edge of the slum, and that none of the inhabitants of Dharavi were happy with the portrayal of their home.
Ninyesh is a highly intelligent guy in his early twenties and an excellent guide. He grew up here and is now studying engineering at college, but has no plans to leave Dharavi even ...