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... to see a baby having to go through this. On the brighter side, the baby did make a vulcan greeting sign before I left that night. I don't think I could have said it better - Live long and prosper! That night, my college friend picked me up from the hospital and we were going from one bar to another trying to find drinks. Most bars in Pune close by midnight, so our search kept taking us more and more out of the city, and ...
... would be able to find our way through the 8km easily enough. We left the airport and were hit with the humid air and 35 degree heat: we were sweating within seconds of being outside the air conditioned airport. There were lots of helpful people giving us directions that did not direct us to anywhere but back where we started, so it took us over an hour just to find the rickshaw stand in the airport. After getting to the rickshaw stand, they told us to go ...
... History and details: dhamma.org This was another reason why I chose this cruise - it seemed I wasn't going to get here any other way!! The centre is ~ 2hrs (depending on traffic!!) north Mumbai ...part expressway ...but also through congested communities...to the ferry which transports foot passengers / taking 15-20 minutes. The ferry landing also served the big Amusement ( Disney like ) Park which is - ironically - adjacent to the Dhamma land!! Hiking up the hill I passed ...
Had my first couple of days in the office. It's literally a two minute walk from the hotel, down a driveway with mostly people walking and the occasional car or motorcycle. We had an all staff meeting right when the managing director got into the office. It was a great way to get to meet everyone and hear about the work they are doing. There happened to be a new hire starting that day too and she was introduced to the team.
There is a guy in the office who ...
... most of the tourists have gone to bed? Are there areas where the horns and the traffic bang on late into the night? Mumbai is not the shock I was expecting but I don't have time to dwell tonight. It's up early tomorrow for a tour of Mumbai's biggest slum.
We meet our guide and group and head off on the train anxious for the morning ahead. We make our way to Dharavi, Mumbai's and Asia's biggest slum. Unfortunately we are not allowed to take photos to respect the people living ...