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... each station picking up more Dabbawalas. On the trains the men sort out all the tiffins and put them on to long wooden head crates holding about 50-60 tiffin. Each tin has an identifying code so they know which crate it has to go in and where its final destination is. . . . . . . . . .By the time it gets to the end of the line at Churchgate, ...
"Once you have travelled, the voyage never ends,
but is played over and over again in the quietest chambers.
The mind can never break off from the journey - Pat Conroy"
We are on our way back home. It's Republic Day back home in India. I just have one question. Why?
Slowly and gradually, the feeling begins to sink in. ...
... gather, first to collect and then distribute on bicycles the 200,000 tiffin boxes trained in from the suburbs and destined for offices all over the city. Using only simple looking codes the accuracy rate is extremely high, apparently only one lunch box in every six million is wrongly delivered.
We ate Thai and Indian in our hotel in the business district and exceptional it was too. We had lunch at Samrat a Gujarati vegetarian restaurant where we were the ...
... by Simon (our driver) and Savio (one of our guides). As time prevailed, we were to find that these 2 gents would be assets in our exploits. A 40 minute drive south to our hotel. More on Goa over the next few days..... however, just have a look at our Goan resort (Haathi Mahal). This is a resort we were able to secure through the Parnaby Karma Resorts membership. This membership gives us quite global exposure at minimal ...
... br> Went down the street with the guide this afternoon to the markets.
Suppose to be 10000 shops & from the looks he could be right.
Anyway the A/C in the room wasn't working real well so we got an upgrade to a new room.
The service from most of our hotel staff has been excellent.
The service from government personnel has been ****. That all for now talk later
Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.