Hotel Metro Palace
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... of the country are aglow bathed in the lights of gated mansions malls and Mercedes but hundreds of millions still stand in the shadows waiting for the clouds to part. The biggest Slum in Asia and the world's most expensive house are both in Mumbai side by side.
We have seen too many examples of poverty along the way; of stinking piles of rubbish on one side of the road with people and animals alike searching through it, only to see shiny, modern buildings with ...
... Done. Then, he had to sign the document, for a 4th time, directly OVER his photo, which kind of obscured the photo. Whew.
Buying a sari was much more fun. We wandered down a small, busy street, where people were selling Diwali lamps and candles, and I saw a shop with some pretty saris hung up out front. So many women are wearing them all over the place, and I have always loved playing with fabric. When we walked into the ...
... up meal to boot. logistically I didnt think it could be done but they timed it perfectly and soon were doing the traditional Kamikaze dive bomb into Mumbai. Air India gets their pilots from the Indian Air force and every now and then they like to practise what it's like to fly a fighter plane. There's talk of privatising Air India & it'll probably happen. The first things they'll do is scrap the free curries and that'll be a sad day.
... photos... We also saw a woman whose feet seemed to have started rotting away! eww! There didn't seem to be any restaurants which seemed tourist friendly so with no other choice we opted for a grubby little number and agreed to something we hadn't a clue what it was.. It turns out it was a thali which is a famous indian dish. Not being able to stand going there again we decided on a cadburys dinner! Saturday 13th July The weather was much better today, actually feels quite warm ...
... lights lining the Mumbai coast. After a few days in Mumbai we'd managed to get train tickets to Delhi, so on Sunday 27th we packed our bags again and headed for Mumbai central train station. We managed to get the train ok, as this is where I started writing this blog post from! We've got a fairly quiet carriage with bunks to sleep in and we've already been offered chai and soup, with dinner on its way shortly. So far so good, the Taj Mahal is our next big sight to ...