Today I was awoken at 7 am by the sounds of the hotel staff trying to fix the shower as it didn't have hot water. You can imagine I wasn't very impressed after finally falling asleep at 3am!! I laid there in bed as all of the other guests in the room took there showers and got ready for the day. I was then starting to drift back to sleep before a Norwegian bloke starts to do this really loud meditation. I was like "for god sake". So I thought I might aswell get up and see if the wifi was working. I went down to the reception and it still wasn't working, so I popped out for a bite to eat and a look around. This was the first time I had seen the area in the daytime and man was it a wreck! Rubbish was everywhere, there were cows wandering the streets along with goats, dogs, cats and the occasional rat. I stopped at a food stall on the side of the street and paid 50 rps (50p) for a large portion of some kind of curry. And to be fair it was rather nice. I did leave quite a lot of it but this was down to the huge amount that was served! I kept on walking round the block witnessing tuk tuks and taxis barely avoiding crashing and buses that were so full people were just hanging off the edge! A bit of a difference from my local x29 from fakenham to Norwich! I headed back to the hotel after a couple of hours wandering around to find that the wifi was back up and running!! So I sat in the reception for the next few hours talking to family and friends informing them I had arrived safely. I headed next door to the local train station at about 4pm to go down town to find somewhere to eat. I paid 10 rps (10p) for my ticket to Mumbai central train station. I found the platform and the train straight away and jumped on. It was fine up until the following station where the rest of India tried to get on! It was manic. People were being pushed off and onto the train, people were throwing themselves at the train and clinging on just like the Velcro wall you get at a summer fair. I ended up being pushed all the way to the opposite side of the train and as these trains don't have doors, I was literally hanging out of the train door with only a hand rail keeping me in! After 30 minutes of this journey I arrived at Mumbai centrel station and had a look in my phone for places to eat. I saw there was a dominos pizza place just a few hundred yards from the exit so I headed there. Was nice to have a bit of home comfort food, even if it was my first day. After eating my pizza I wandered the long way back to the station taking in the views as I went. Old men selling chai (tea), people hanging there washing from the ginormous apartment buildings, wild dogs fighting in the streets and a man being towed by a cow! I got the same train back to Khar West and sat on the wifi in the reception until late. Talking to family and friends on wifi was making me feel a lot better as I was starting to feel a little lost and lonely at times. I headed up to bed about 1am and laid there planning my day for tomorrow.