The city that never sleeps: right from hogging on delicious Vada Paav to Paav Bhaji or going for a drive to Colaba to chilling out at Marine Drive, you will always find a company on the roads of Mumbai even at the wee hours. Before I start giving you an account of how the city treated me, I would like to thank one of my coolest friends whom I met while on a trip to Rishikesh and who proved to be a very courteous host to me.
And here I begin:
1. Mumbai Locals: The lifeline of the Mumbai-Nagri. Yes, it does look a bit scary at first but I have been to Mumbai quite a few times before and I have never ever hesitated to hop onto the locals. You eventually get used to the crowd which pushes you into the train just as it pushes you out of it as soon as the train arrives at your station. 'While traveling in the local, I observe the unknown faces and admire the spirit of the locals who, in spite of the rush and the madness have a serene expression on their face'