The second day in Mumbai was equally interesting. We went on a bike tour, which sounds a little intense in a city with constant crazy traffic jams, car weavers and endless masses, brazenly crossing the street with seemingly little regards of their lives or anything else. We woke up at 530 in the morning to start biking at 615am. The city was so quiet! (Relatively), but around 830am, the world arose all at once— children who slept on the streets started running around, and the din of honks begun, along with the masses.
Being on a bicycle was awesome! We got to discover a lot of part of the cities and see the whole place wake up. We got to see so many different markets- the fish market, the meat market, the flower market, the fruit and vegetable market, the gold market, etc
After Mumbai, Hyderabad was a breeze. The city is clean, organized and not that crowded (relatively). We went to Ratna’s wedding ceremony, which was gorgeous, with 2000 or so people
I got to wear a saree (really hard to walk in), and Brady looks amazing in a kuga. The wedding was exceptional, with really interesting music, tradition and just a massive amount of people.
I’m not feeling particularly awesome right now, so will continue the writing later.