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... thousands of tourists, Mumbaikers and foreigners alike, all of us feeling cheerful on our Sunday outings. At the top of a long, heart-pounding staircase are the caves. Hand carved into the solid rock cliff face, a long, long time ago, the caves are festooned with statues and reliefs of Hindu gods and goddesses. It reminds me of an Egyptian temple in some ways, and despite the crowds, the tourist tat and the litter around the stalls, it certainly deserves its UNESCO World Heritage ...
... this is not the first time we had been stopped in the street under false pretences by the way) so straight away i said "sorry we arent interested, we have a full schedule as it is". He then proceeded to shout obsceneties at us following us down the street telling us to f*uck off! Needless to say i told him to f*ck off right back! So rude and so annoying when people are there to experience another country and culture, its people like that who will damage the ...
... at night is very similar throughout the stretch North of Bandra , the highway is mostly straight with very little gradients, flyovers called as bridge exist after every two/ three km with some under construction, a service road all along on the kerbside but mostly being used as parking lot by everyone and for squatting by few others. There was polythene littered on the roadside, I wondered why it has not been banned in Mumbai yet. At Adheri few other ...
... is a yes man, literally that is all you hear all day every day, everywhere. "Yes, good price" or "Yes, taxi" or "Yes, come look", you get the point. Being a big city you have people following you, for blocks at times. My approach is like you would see on the news, a convicted criminal leaving a court room, ignoring the bombardment with no further comment remarks and looking forward - never deterred by the commotion. The longer walk ...
... awkward about the word? Guilt?
Probably, I felt like some Royal prat walking around the site of a
horrendous natural disaster feeling sorry for everyone and then
returning to my riches and spoils afterwards. I did take some
photos, although they don't really portray the place and not just
because I'm **** at photography. Mumbai requires a number of senses
to be working simultaneously to capture the atmosphere. A photograph
alone is ...