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Getting over Jetlag





Wandering around Mumbai on our second day, slightly sleep deprived and in awe of all the life on streets. It certainly is a full assault on all the senses, smells particularly. Perfumes and incense, urine and spices, exhaust fumes and charcoal fires mingle to create a powerful mix.
We had a bit of admin to try and obtain SIM cards for our phones for use in India. Ever since the terrestrial attack in Mumbai several years ago, foreigners can only get a SIM card by providing photos, ID and filling lengthy forms. Even then there is no guarantee of having a working phone.
We walked for a couple of hours crisscrossing the small streets and parks to visit one of the main markets, Chor Bazaar.

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