First day in Mumbai, I wear jeans for security concern but was stared upon by Indians, I was told later even in Bumbai, girls wearing jeans is still something over fashionable. most buses are doorless a danish elder sisters shows me around the city and helped a lot with bargaining with local vendors, we become good friends, she text messaged me asking me to hang out together next time. Indian gate and elephant island, not much to see, but I was honored by other tourist as someone they all want to take picture with. Doorless train, the train just stopped five second at the station, we had to literally jump off from it, thank god there is no door... Funny episode, when the conductor was coming to check tickets, one passenger just stared at him and shaked his head without showing any ticket to him, the conductor has to leave him alone. They still use propeller plane as passenger plane! I took this picture as if I have never taken a plane before, sorry I put China in shame abroad. First time in Saree, background is Ganges sanctum and cremation place rolled in one. Met with an other elder sister from Taiwan, she is already 40 years old and she is here by herself for 20 days, can't believe it. Episode, the tutu dirver asked 15 rupees to take us to airport, but when we arrived he said the price was 150, after a lot hassles, we paid him 50. but lessons learned, next time we called in a tutu, we had the driver to sign on a paper, please sign it below the 80 rupees you change. Embarrassed, he signed, he knows how tricky the business is.