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... films and soaps. There are very few cows in Mumbai, no Tut Tuts cos the roads are wide and busy, frequent traffic jams due to the sheer quantity of traffic and loads of Taxi's painted mostly black with yellow roofs. There are more modern cars, clearly some people have wealth here and of course loads of motorbikes. Amongst this there are carts! People manage to transport incredibly large loads on these long old wooden ...
... very little return. Kind of like working at Tribury! Lots of people, very few , and very small fish!
We then toured Marine Drive, which gave us a good view of the city skyline. I didn't take any pictures as the view was obscured with smog.
Our guide then headed off to "the Hanging Garden" part of the tour. Unfortunately, due to a funeral procession, the road was blocked by thousands of white clothed Muslims, and it was impossible ...
... in construction. They were celebrating their day off.
When the small boat arrived we saw a man leave the boat with a bottle in his hand. When he returned 20 minutes later it turned out he was the captain and he was very drunk. His son helped him find the starter, but we arrived safely at a smaller landing place, nearer to our hotel. And it was very close to the Fort Cochin restaurant that became our favourate in Fort Cochin.
We also did a ...
... and taking in its gloriousness Fabian talked to the piano player, and was singing to the whole reception within minutes as we all sat and listened to him living out his dreams. After a pricey for India but normal for rest of the world we felt exhausted of the city and ready for a smaller scene...cue Ahmedabad. Another day train to the city of Ahmedabad jumping on a tuk tuk at 10pm asking to take us to a hotel after some serious negotiation in Hindi done by Fabian we were tucked up ...
... javu... I was sat in ANOTHER puddle of water but this time leaking from the roof!!!! So we sped off for approximately 10 meters before hitting grid locked traffic. We must have sat in the same queue for around 30mins!! The taxi man must have thought we looked like people that liked loud music as he proceeded to blast punjabi pop out of the ghetto blaster in the boot on maximum volume. I found myself making small talk just to get him to turn the bloody thing down!!