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... for 35 minutes or so they compared symptoms, cures, durations of illnesses and how long it would take for a complete recovery. At the end of this discussion, both men had talked themselves in to a relapse and after breakfast Martin did look awful and had to have a lie down. I on the other hand was feeling quite perky so decided to wander around the ship until I found a nice quiet spot to catch up on some reading and blogging. I ...
... then caught a train, then got in tuk tuks. All up maybe an hour travel, guided by the agents. On the way I learnt that our scene would have Amitabh Bachchan in it (biggest guy in Bollywood) AND we would get to do some dancing!!! I was set for one of my best days of the trip - which it was, even though in the typically Indian way, everything went totally not according to plan. We walked off the street, across dirt and rubbish ...
... get that used to that everywhere in India. Next was the car journey, we were squished into the back of a very small & very old car with huge backpacks and us, not only that there about 100000000 cars/bikes/buses anything you can think of on the roads, all beeping horns every second(not even exaggerating) so as anyone can imagine it is very loud here all day!! After settling into our hotel we ventured around and came ...
... drive on the left side of the road. Driving lanes were generally unmarked in Mumbai, perhaps because of construction. There were generally as many lanes as you could squeeze vehicles into, and there was always room for another, it seemed. Provided vehicles were not too close, which was rare, scooters and motorcycles were constantly squeezing between. As the width of the available road changed, everyone adjusted. Appa's rule was that if his ...
... boy was bathing, and in another kids were playing a game where they were throwing rocks to get closer to a bigger rocks - a simpler version of 'Boules' I suppose! The kids piled onto the bus - aged from 4 until 12 - many of them without shoes, but each of them wearing the biggest, most beautiful smiles I'd seen! One of the kids would be called up to recite a prayer, thanking God for their lives, and asking for the food that they were about to eat ...