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So I have seen a cheap ticket to Bangkok with a days layover in Mumbai, what's the chances I can have a well spoken Indian goddess to spend the night with me and how will I go about finding one ?

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About nil unless you have serious money to spend. 

 

The RLD and the lower end of the sex trade are best kept away from, it's vile, depressing, and dangerous for many reasons.  You may well find a taxi driver will offer to take you there.  If you wish to go,  treat it as viewing only, and do not sample the goods.  My advice would be not to go or indulge.  Wait until you get to Bangkok and whilst in Bombay/Mumbai enjoy the other things it has to offer.

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Try the bars and reputable agencies (patience is key)...

Not cheap but plenty of beautiful ladies...agree about avoiding the street scene (not something i partake in so can not offer comments on that part)

If possible organise it prior to your arrival there as time is important in this regard...

Shame i cannot offer any recommendations as a while since punting in Mumbia...

Goodluck and enjoy your trip!!!

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Avoid the RLD district of Mumbai. First the girls are trafficked and forced into prostitution secondly its a vile filthy place stay away.

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Thanks I think I will hit a nice bar and will try to find a semi professional. I stay away from the street scene wherever I am in the world

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Thanks I think I will hit a nice bar and will try to find a semi professional. I stay away from the street scene wherever I am in the world

Thats a good shout unless you wish to take a risk on one of the agencies out there...could be good, bad or very indifferent lol...

I actually met a nice lady whilst in the hotel bar but this was in Delhi and not Mumbai unfortunately...mind you that bar is no longer there either haha...

Once again wishing you all the best and please do report back on your return!!!

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Thanks I think I will hit a nice bar and will try to find a semi professional. I stay away from the street scene wherever I am in the world

When are you going ???   Not being nosy but if not very soon , i can dig up some info which are in paper form hidden away ...

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Did the once in a  lifetime Family India holiday about 10 years ago which took us to Delhi ,, Taj Mahal, Kashmir ,and Mumbai among others ..

 

In Mumbai on the third week of the holiday i felt the urge one day and asked the concierge of our hotel to direct our driver   to take me to  a clean apartment/brothel .

The brothel was very clean with AC & a parade of girls . I chose one young very friendly Indian girl for one hour . The cost at the time was Indian R 4000 about £ 50..   I am sure the pimp hiked up the price but that's expected when they see a western monger .

.Out of curiosity i phoned them about 2 years ago and the brothel was still open . ..

 

I had the driver wait for me outside as we hired him for the whole day . Best way is to get   at least a 4 or 5 star hotel and get the concierge to arrange the driver for you . Its the safest & best option to get what you want even an upmarket escort . .

 Took a car tour of the RLD and that was enough to put me off sex for a while ...

 

Just  Found  links to  independent escorts to get an idea about prices . And  donations for the night is revealed here .http://www.aishapatel.com/gallery.html

 

And here   http://www.anjali-singh.com/

 

  You get more up to date info by Indian mongers in the know on ISG .

 

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Escort Prices

According to an investigation conducted by the Times of India, the rate to order a prostitute online is $295 (18,000 Indian Rupees) for a two hour sessions. The price increases to $573 (35,000 Rupees) for 4 hours, and a price of $737 (45,000 Rupees) for the entire night.

Police in India attempt to shut down online prostitution networks, but claim that for each website that is shut down, two takes its place."

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Thanks I think I will hit a nice bar and will try to find a semi professional. I stay away from the street scene wherever I am in the world

The Indian street scene is bad news, but do you stay away from any street scene in the world because you think all street hookers are on drugs and coerced? This is not the case in some places, including Thailand.

As for punting in Bombay, I wish it was better, as I think Indian women can be stunning, many Indian punters travel to Thailand for punting holidays.

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Channel 4 news did a report on the Mumbai RDL last night...

 

well fucking grim.

 

I think they will be taking a look at other asian RDL's also...

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Channel 4 news did a report on the Mumbai RDL last night...

 

well fucking grim.

 

I think they will be taking a look at other asian RDL's also...

 

It was so depressing that even the authorities are involved in that and nothing can be done to change the situation......... I had to switch channels.  Things like this are so upsetting.  On the plus side BBC2 has a great documentary about the Taj Mahal tonight showing the nice side of India.

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Nothing in between in India  . Hoes for the masses in the RLDs or Hoes  for the Classes .

 http://www.indiatvnews.com/entertainment/bollywood/telugu-actress-divya-sri-arrested-in-prostitution-case-16909.html

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tp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/National-Award-winning-actress-in-sex-racket/articleshow/41646323.cms.

 

 Lack of opportunities and financial woes pushed a 23—year—old National Award winning actress from Mumbai into sex—work. The actress was caught by police in a decoy operation at a star hotel on Sunday night

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tp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/National-Award-winning-actress-in-sex-racket/articleshow/41646323.cms.

 

 Lack of opportunities and financial woes pushed a 23—year—old National Award winning actress from Mumbai into sex—work. The actress was caught by police in a decoy operation at a star hotel on Sunday night

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/National-Award-winning-actress-in-sex-racket/articleshow/41646323.c

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Nothing in between in India  . Hoes for the masses in the RLDs or Hoes  for the Classes .

 http://www.indiatvnews.com/entertainment/bollywood/telugu-actress-divya-sri-arrested-in-prostitution-case-16909.html

 

Yes, that reminds me, of a video about Bollywood prostitution. http://tune.pk/video/712152/prostitution-in-bollywood-%E2%80%93-top-heroines-available-to-rich-for-1-crore-indian-rs-per-night 1 Crore a night for a well known star, that's £100,000 that can't be right.

http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2010/09/do_bollywood_brothels_exist.html

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People with a lot of money wherever you look...back on topic(ish) i find India the best of places...not talking about famous monuments etc etc but the basic happyness and lifestyle they share...i like to visit a remote area and it's just a wonderful feeling that words cannot describe..

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 i find India the best of places...not talking about famous monuments etc etc but the basic happyness and lifestyle they share...i like to visit a remote area and it's just a wonderful feeling that words cannot describe..

We spent nearly 5 weeks touring India including Kashmir where we stayed on a houseboat . Beautiful scenery there but very boring after 2 days ..

 

Varanassi was the real India . Mrs JJ wanted to watch the cremation ceremonies on the banks of the river Ganges . . Had to go with that ,but i couldn't face a BBQ  for a while after that ..

.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vaiO1zytJY

 

 

 

In  the narrow back streets you go past people carrying bodies on stretchers before going the steps to the river .. And the smell of it all  hanging in the air ......... 

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My memories of India (recent) are great people, great scenery, great lifestyle and great food...its still my number one holiday destination but admittingly not for everyone...

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My memories of India (recent) are great people, great scenery, great lifestyle and great food...its still my number one holiday destination but admittingly not for everyone...

Any Specifics please as India is a huge country and there are many layers to it even in the same city  . 

Where in India  was your recent experience ???.

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Damn...just lost my post, will re-write it later...

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In a nutshell went to Udaipur (internal flight from Delhi but if you have time try the train just for the experience) visited multiple sites including the lake palace and chittor fort (one of the largest forts)...just a magnificent place if you ask me and filled with so much history if that is what interests you..

Plenty of literature and websites you can visit prior to travelling but i like throwing myself in and feeling the real essence of a place (be it anywhere in the world)...

Wholeheartly recommend it!!!

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Yes once in a lifetime experience and we spent just over 5 weeks touring India starting from Delhi . I am a sucker for research and now i can't believe how we got there without doing prior research and without even a copy of Lonely Planet . The only thing that i booked beforehand was our first nights at the 5 star at the time Intercontinental Hotel Delhi ..

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 Great hotel with great 5 star food and facilities ,then the following day had our first shock of a Delhi specialty when we ventured out for a short walk ,not Delhi Belly but this which show how poor some of the souls there .

 

The "Shit on the Shoe" scam http://www.mytripjournal.com/travel-474767-shoe-shine-scam-clean-sandals-scams-attached-crowded..

 

Hired a taxi with to show us around Delhi and we saw 2 sides to it ,one rich and one poor , it was the same in the other cities we did including Udaipur . .

India Rich vs. Poor - YouTube

 

Didn't get a chance to see how the very poor live including the untouchables .

 

Eating Rats - India (HD) - YouTube.  

 

The 2 most relaxing places away from the hustle & bustle ,chaos of the cities , were Rajastan and the houseboat stay in Kashmir . .

That said ,India was an experience  not to be missed,but i wouldn't repeat, and apart from the Shit on the Shoe in Delhi ,everything  else went smoothly as we only stayed at first class hotels ,had a driver for the day (800R),used internal flights ,avoided trains , only ate at our hotels ...

 

On the way back we stayed for 2 nights at  Connaught Place  Delhi ,better location than Intercontinental and there were  Girls in the bar at the time .  Didn't get a chance to try ,but i did see a pimp with 2 or 3 girls taking them up in the elevator  and coming down with only one  5 minutes later .. Had a tip  that girls from different nationalities can be arranged there .  

 

 

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My memories of India (recent) are great people, great scenery, great lifestyle and great food....

  Great scenery everywhere &Great Lifestyle , Great food for  all ???..

India for the upper classes and moneyed tourists and that's not the real India .  .

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In my twenties i practically lived in luxury hotels whilst travelling but my heart was looking for a lot more adventure...i now mainly go on "off the beaten track" holidays whether long or short stays and love visiting "real lived in places" and sampling the "street food"...

The only exception to the above is South of France and Southern Italy where i do indulge...

Back to India...will not mention it here but once I'm in my home village away from many mod cons...i am probably at my happiest...and if i have good company even better...

Somebody once told me that India was a thousand experiences in one and you either loved it or hated it...decribed it as heaven or hell, its definitely the former for me...

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Great scenery everywhere &Great Lifestyle , Great food for all ???..

India for the upper classes and moneyed tourists and that's not the real India . .

Love the food...never once have i tired from my eating experiences in over 30 visits...

I would give my personal guarantee that you would love the food if you were ever in my travelling party, from street food to the top restuarants...you would not believe i am a fussy eater but my god i have been licking my lips from the very first mouthful...

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On the way back we stayed for 2 nights at  Connaught Place  Delhi ,better location than Intercontinental and there were  Girls in the bar at the time .  Didn't get a chance to try ,but i did see a pimp with 2 or 3 girls taking them up in the elevator  and coming down with only one  5 minutes later .. Had a tip  that girls from different nationalities can be arranged there .  

 

 

Checking old notes  . The hotel  on Connaught Place was Park Hotel it also had a Night Club . . 

Great location and a good introduction to India &planning the next journeys inland . . .

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