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... Robins and shared a whopping ice cream & brownie sundae! Later I was lured into a shop advertising buy one shirt get 3 free! However after trying a few on I only bought one, which defeated the point of going into the shop in the first place! After a hot day of meandering through the markets in Colaba again we haggle a good price for our postcards, and head back into the Fort area to our hotel, ...
... and loved Bristol, when my sister currently lives.
As it happened we were both getting off at Dadar, and so continued to chat about how the EPL (English Premier League) was recently in town, and how he went to see the first live stream in Mumbai a few days ago.
His advice was to come back to Mumbai, and then head down to Hyderabad, before continuing down the centre of the country. Apparently Hyderabad has incredible biryanis, along with generally being a cool part ...
... into space in the high noon heat. Escaping my adoring fans and the blistering heat of the afternoon sun we make a retreat into the air conditioned car and proceed to our way to the next destination which is the Banganga tank. A large man made inner city reservoir surrounded by temples. We arrive late in the afternoon and the suns rays radiate off the stone steps amplifying the heat. The area is quiet this time of day. With the exception of a small group of men cleansing themselves in ...
... the slums people was the top priority, however we were shown a public toilet which was shared amongst 2-300 people and all I wanted to was rescue people. But we were informed that these living conditions have been vastly improved from when they were first around. It really does make you thankful for all that we have back home, with our clean running water, and houses made of bricks. Anyway despite how sad the slums made me feel , I loved Mumbai. Bye for now Han ...
... br> The next morning I had booked onto a train to Mumbai 1500km and 27 hours away for what promised to be another mammoth journey. This time though I had treated myself to a) ensuring it really would only be one train and b) going 3rd AC class (instead of general) that should ensure I had my own bed (bench) to sleep on and that there shouldn't be 10,000 people too many in my carriage! This turned out to be a great decision - not only did I actually manage some sleep, ...