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... 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 ...
... tuk and train ride, we knew where we were but not where we wanted to be. It was also hot and humid, with every tuk tuk driver and every second person on the street asking what we were looking for, before ignoring our answer and proceeding to offer up any suggestion from their brother's silk shop, to an uncle's cheap hotel (very close). The point we had marked on the phone was copied from Google maps; our history with Google wasn't so great and we should have learnt ...
... in India, there were some shops and eateries open. We grabbed our final meal in India and tucked in. Eating in India is a bit like walking in a mine field, any bite could be your last abet for a while. At best you could be holed up in the toilet for a good three days cursing that extra samousa you went for and at worst you could come out of India in a wooden box. All were possibilities when tasting the culinary delights of this food paradise. This time we went safe, well as safe ...
... Dharavians will stay in the slum not only because they are proud to be from there, but also because it is a great place to hide a lot of money from the tax man. This is capitalism in microcosm, a place where truly everyone is out for themselves.
The other big benefactors of the system are well known international phone companies or manufacturers who buy the recycled products ( plastic chips and metal bars) in bulk from the slums.
To make the ...
... and just watched me sweat for the time I was in there – all rather unnerving.
Diana arrived in Mumbai the night before us and met us at the airport with a lovely sign reading “two old hippies (any two will do)”. We have returned to the Residence Hotel near Powai Lake where we have stayed before.
What we’re talking about : One of the things we love about visiting India are ...