Taj Wellington Mews
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... attractions and diversity of landscape it is surely second to none.
At times India has just been hard, hard work. It all takes its toll. Constant noise, heat and people trying to sell you things takes a lot of energy out of you. It's very difficult to be open to the people who genuinely just want to chat when 9/10 people who start talking to you are rickshaw drivers or stall owners hassling you for business! I don't mind constantly being ...
... and lots and lots of other people – LP. With a population of about 18 million people, Mumbai is the home of Bollywood, India's flamboyant film industry. Surprisingly/sadly, about 60% of it's population resides in the slums though...
Expensive cars, modern buildings mixed in with the old and decrepit, a city skyline finally worth looking at, and streets lined with palm trees - Mumbai was unlike any other city we've been to in India. The view outside ...
... going to come but our driver Bunty eventually turned up. He led us to an old rickety van and drove us through the streets, meanwhile Lucy and I are both panicking that we've been led into a rouse. Despite the time there were still lots of people and traffic on the streets it (although today I realise that was nothing). We turned down a dark alleyway and I really start to panic, a pack of stray dogs are barking at us as we get out of the van. We go ...
... of the disposable choices.
In the event that mobile devices were found to be first and foremost brought to men and
women, they're clumsy, pricey, and many also wanted a base gps which in fact have to remain taken combined with smart phone. Great wedding celebration was actually a large as well generic, earlier mobile handsets might possibly simply be played with definite settings was the entire incite came to be ...
... Reality Tours' that puts 80% of its profits back into educational programs in the slum, and employs young people who grew up there as guides. to respect the inhabitants they do not allow photographs to be taken inside the slums.
We meet our guide Ninyesh at the crowded Churchgate train station in central Mumbai and head out on a commuter train to the far suburbs. The slum we are to visit is the one featured in the film Slum-dog Millionaire and is called ...