Ironic that after numerous warnings from friends and family about not drinking the water in India the first thing I see after border control is this. Future travellers be warned, you won’t want to drink the water but you will.
Day 2: Tourist
The Taj Mahal Palace hotel where India witnessed one its worst terrorist attacks in history on the 28th November 2008. The area is swarming with tourist each keen to see the Gateway to India.
Day 3: Clotheslines!
I came to India for clotheslines and wasn’t disappointed. The Dhobi Ghat is the world’s largest outdoor washing and drying facility. My greatest Drying For Freedom experience to date.
Day 4: Contemplation
Watching the sunset off Byramji Jeejeebhoy after the first day of intense interviews, I realised this film wouldn’t count for anything without a global perspective.
Day 5: Machines
I got to see clotheslines, now I couldn’t help take a peek at the showroom floor at Godrej headquarters, India’s largest domestic seller of household appliances.
Day 6: Travel
Driving in an auto is a nerve racking experience in itself, more so when combined with standstill traffic, a flight to catch to New Dehli and a cameraman stuck somewhere near the airport.