The Beatle - Mumbai
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... have been 50 rupee) but that girl had fantastic customer service skills and really earned those rupees. We took a Tuk Tuk both ways which was thrilling and terrifying. We're taking an overnight bus to Goa tomorrow, Victor is coming on our bus too. I should note that we're too scared to eat anything before our bus trip tomorrow, so local food is very limiting. No one wants the ***** on a 12 hour bus ride! I'm really excited for Goa, it's time to hit the ...
... buildings, the Eros cinema and super flash Taj Hotel, I was ready to change my view of this city. There were no slums crammed next to the hotels here and the locals wore, drove and ate their wealth for all to see. At the Gateway of India, rich domestic and foreign tourists vied for the best photo spots with their huge cameras, while raggedy beggars made the rounds and touts forced their wares on all. The Taj Hotel especially, with dozens of armed guards ...
"I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses."
Sunday 12th May 2013
Oh, India. Where do I even start? I wouldn't say the physical journey itself has been a roller-coaster - disaster would be more appropriate. But mentally at least it's been quite a ride. I've learned a lot from my short time in India and I'll never forget any of it, but for the first day or two I was ...
... this place in any way, even for the poorest immigrants. These lowest of the low may not have anything much, but I do believe hope brought them here and keeps them here- and of course as their lungs give way to the toxic environment around them, it also may well kill them in the end.
It is Ninyesh who gives us the distinction between the the well off of the city and maybe the rest of the population here. Mumbai is Mumbai to him, and will never be Bombay.
Just had a full of day of sightseeing in Mumbai with my tour guide Gulshan, a really cool little lady who seemed to know everything about everything! Shelley couldn't come in the end cos she's got a bad case of Delhi belly so that was a shame. We started off by going to the Gateway of India which is really impressive and looks over Mumbai harbour. From there we got a boat to Elephanta Island which took about an hour and was actually pretty chilly cos there's ...