|Some of the church workers David spoke to in Mumbai|
|David speaking at the Mumbai Central English Church|
|The first, and my favourite, of the flower garlands we were presented with.|
First stop was the Breach Candy hospital, where David was born. It looks a little dilapidated from the outside but inside was very clean and modern - unfortunately they wouldn't let me take pictures inside.
|Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai|
We did get to get out and walk around the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Palace hotel. Someday I want to spend a night at that hotel - it's gorgeous.
|The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel - Mumbai|
|Taj Mahal Palace Hotel - close up|
|Construction workers clambering around bamboo scaffolding - about four floors up.|
|A man selling some of the most gorgeous strawberries I've ever seen.|
|Ferries in the harbour by the Gate of India|
|A Hindu shrine, near where we had lunch|
|An example of India's somewhat idiosyncratic English|
Maharashtra, the state Mumbai and Pune are in, reminded me of Central California, with dry hills and scrubby trees, punctuated with the verdant green of irrigated agricultural land.
|Getting small boys to line up in order is apparently hard whereever you are.|
|Me, not blending in at all.|
|The Buddhist caves at Ellora|
|A woman with an angle grinder on the side of the road on the way out of Mumbai - sharpening knives|
|Women, in saris, on scooters - everywhere|