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... no food. too much money/not enough small money.
In the end decided that the only thing for it is to get out there and give it a go. Should be easy to find food/water and change some money …. ? yes?
The culture shock is mega - Rob and I have been before and were kind of expecting it but still - the noise the heat the sweat the dirt the filth the traffic the decay the people the noise the noise and oh my god so hot and ...
... we know they woke us first to give us a chance of getting aboard!
A further stampede of 20 men ran for the bus. They jumped on hanging on to one another all the while the bus is moving and the driver is shouting 50 shades of Hindi at them. They eventually all somehow get aboard but Mary is lost in the chaos, her face says it all. She is being driven down the back of the bus by hoards of men. Oisin managed a seat at the dashboard. The bus is wedged and we still have an hour ...
... we ordered far too much! Pakoras, spring rolls, two main dishes, rice, chapati and 2 garlic naans. The portions were huge and Lauren was laughing at me sweating!
It's 5.5 hours ahead here now, we'll be going to sleep soon and looking forward to a more relaxing day tomorrow at an amazing place!
... the Gateway of India. This is where the Pakistani Terrorists landed in the 2011 Terrorist Attack. There's a harbour here with lots of dodgy looking tourist ferries. Just next door is the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. We had a walk through and were impressed by the luxurious surrounds. Then, for contrast, our driver took us to the edge of the Dharavi Slum; ...
... In India, they cannot drive any vehicle without leaning on the horn so the noise is terrific. There are little chained areas where people feed pigeons which the Indians just love. So there may be 500 pigeons in one of these areas flying in and out.They call them pigeon restaurants. There are also cows on chains in the street with old ladies selling grasses that you can buy which they then give to the cows.