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... a 4 hour wait!) Once recovered we ventured out into a big and scary Mumbai. We decided to keep things simple and just have a walk to the gateway of India. Mumbai hits you from every angle, the smells from pungent to pleasant, the motorbikes brushing elbows with you as you suddenly realise the roads have no rules, or pavements and i swear if someone else tries to sell me a bloody bongo drum! Marks words of "This is some sort of organised chaos" are so apt. Everything is always ...
... mattered. They were enjoying themselves and as I said in the dirt watching, I began to admire them and also understand a little more about them and their culture. I'm not sure what they thought of me watching (a white face in India will always get attention but none was ever hostile), but I do know exactly what I thought of them: magnificent and truly humbling to the rest of us. They have nothing, literally. Life is hard in their country and even scraping together enough ...
... hey, he was doing me a favour! Naomi had text to say " I'm by the Excess baggage shop, gonna have a floor nap" (that's the way to do it!) Mum spotted her, literally because of her odd spotty socks. We all had coffee and pastry. The time came to say goodbye to the 'Rents, Mum did well, (well, in my presence) and only cried a little. I surprisingly didn't, I even surprised myself, I don't think it had really hit me, ...
... that Simon Ling from Ashtead was able to join us as his support has enabled us to complete this home.
There is no such thing as a dull journey in India, there is always so much happening. People are so industrious and, in a country with no safety net, there is not time to sit around waiting for help – you have to find a way to help yourself.
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Saturday morning started a bit late for us as we tried to sleep in to shift towards US time. We spent the day closing up our part of the house. In the afternoon, we had a great lunch with some cousins. Shekar and I ran errands in the early evening. When we got back to ...