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... and work here, most never leaving....ever! We were very quiet as we walked through, as there were kids everywhere, playing and having a good time(?).
So this concludes our stay in Bombay. We could not have entered India in a more interesting and exciting way. Bombay has everything one needs to get into the spirit of the country, the size, (18 million people!), interesting sites, the history through British rule and the struggle of ...
... plot involved a young woman who accidentally caught her clothing on a passing tuk tuk and was dragged along causing her death. Given that no Indian tuk tuk is capable of either sudden acceleration nor high top speed, (a bit like most of The Wickerman's vehicles) the filming of the scene to create dramatic effect must have taken a lot of effort. Even with dramatic cutaways and music it still looked as if the actress was being dragged by an energetic hound rather than a speeding ...
... sure he would fit. She said it holds up to 14 kgs (he's well within the limits) so that should be okay but we may have to fold his legs. It worked out perfect! Zane, legs folded, napped in the bassinet for two hours! In the meanwhile, I could eat my lunch, help Zach with his, and just relax a bit. (During turbulence when the seat belt sign went on, I had to unstrap him and hold him though, annoying, but it didn't happen too many times, and he didn't wake up on account of it).
The time had come to take our first bus, and frankly we had no idea what to expect. We decided on a bit of a baptism of fire and had booked a 18 hour overnight sitting (the buses have seats on the bottom and then there are enclosed bunks immediately above) ticket. Our pick up was one of a few so the bus was nearly full when we got on. We found our seats, squeezed in and proceeded to make a den out of our copious amounts if luggage - we ...
... which on arriving seemed a million miles away from what we had seen when we landed. Right next to the Gateway to India, the walkway was filled with holiday-makers, street sellers and Indian day trippers, all strolling along the quay-side looking out to the moored boats. And across the water we could see the silhouette of the high-rises in the business district proudly stood to attention with all it's wealth on display. What a confusing ...
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