Reality Tours & Travel – a great way to taste the best of Mumbai

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Reality Tours & Travel offers really great, good value tours around Mumbai that include the famous Mumbai street food, the dabbawallahs that deliver thousands of home cooked lunches to workers, without ever writing anything down, and a socially responsible, sensitive Dharavi slum tour. It’s a best way to see and try lots of the best of…

Mumbai’s morning street scenes and markets by bike

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It is a very special and peaceful feeling to cruise Mumbai’s early morning street scenes and markets, by bike on a Reality Tours and Travel’s bike tour. Sadly Sassoon Dock is closed in monsoon season, but a few fish sellers still conduct business outside the gate. For about $Aus 22 per person, it includes a delicious breakfast at Kailash…

Mumbai Public Transport Tour – Dabbawallahs, local food markets, and more

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Reality Tours and Travel’s Public Transport Tour offers a range of unique and interesting experiences including the dabbawalla lunch delivery system, Victorian Station (the last scene of ‘Slumdog Millionaire’) at rush hour, the Dadar flower market, Null Bazaar fresh food market and the Dohbi Ghat (vast laundry service). Highly recommended at just $16 per person,…

Mumbai Market Tour – local food and textile colour galore!

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 Reality Tours and Travels Market Tour is another great Mumbai tour, with excellent local guides, taking in heritage markets like Crawford fruit and vegetable market, Mangaldas textiles market, Flower market alley, as well as Mumbadevi Temple, and Bombay Panjrapole, the old cow shelter. Great value fun and fascination – 2.5 hours at about $Aus 15…

Best of the West – A foodie itinerary to West India

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Best of the West – Highlights of West India Foodie Itinerary Ideas Mumbai Why Go? Workers from across India, seeking to make it ‘big’ in the bright lights, bring authentic regional food  to Mumbai including India’s best range of creative street food (like Vada Pav, Behl Puri and Pao Bhaji). Try Parsi cuisine, originally from Persia…most fun…

7 By The Lake, a Culinary Canberra Tour of 7 Indian regional cuisines

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As Charmaine O’Brien writes in the Penguin Food Guide to India  Indian cuisine is actully incredibly diverse, with the traditional food of each different region reflecting its history, culture, trading opportunities, climate, religion and economy. This is exactly what Sushant wants to show Canberra and why his new restaurant  7 By The Lake at the Kingston Forshore…