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... people it has become far to polluted, they try to keep it clear of rubbish but nobody seems to care although some peoples carelessness provides jobs for others to lean it up.We ho next to see the old Fort that is now in ruins but they have created some nice parkland near and a lot of young people were hanging out with friends.We travel on and go to Dharavi the slum area of Mumbai it is hard to describe ...
... into the famous Taj Mahal Hotel where we decided to recharge and have a Darjeeling tea and Lassi (we were in India after all!). We grabbed a map, figured our bearings and made our way up town to the local markets. The markets were much as you’d expect, full of colour and eclectic items; I’d found myself my trademark flag and then spent 5 minutes haggling with a street seller over some fake Raybans (I’d sat on the ones I bought in Cambodia!). I was ...
... text-size-adjust: auto;">Cars used - 5
Minivans - 8
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
... someone to move over, or go faster. They honk their horn for EVERYTHING. If cars are stopped at a red light and it turns green, people start to honk. If a car is passing you or you them, even if in a different lane, they honk. Trucks even have signs posted on the back telling people to "blow horn." A person easily uses their horn 5 times in the distance of one block. Just imagine the noise of a busy street.
Add to this scene the fact that the rules of the road, as ...
... here is just so new and different, we had no idea what was ok behavior and what was out of place... that really is the exhausting part. Despite the fact that it was an overnight train, we did not sleep, just because we did not know what to expect. I would imagine that if we take another one, we will try for a higher class car, and know more about what to expect.
After the train, we were met by a taxi from our hotel, and he ...