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We stayed here for our last night in India, very posh. People kept
coming to the room to prepare the bed, bring fruit etc. You're not
even supposed to open toilet doors for yourself in this place.
Mumbai is a hot and smokey city. It has its own distinctive smell. A mixture of wood fire, incense and heavy pollution all hammered in by the heat and the dust. There are people everywhere -- like the rest of India, Mumbai has an overbrimming population. Shanty towns line the roadways, people carry out their washing, work and play as trucks and taxis continuously thunder past. There doesn't seem to be an inch of space that isn't home to someone.