Today I was again woken up to the sound of an Indian man clattering some plates together whilst another was playing a game of which switch turns what light off and on! I wasn't to impressed so I just out of bed and got myself ready for the day. I headed down into the main part of Mumbai,In search of the gateway to India and the Price of Wales museum. I got the train to the last stop on the western line which is churchgate. May I add the train was busier than yesterday so yet again I was clinging onto the side for dear life. I wandered out of the station looking for something to eat as I hadnt had breakfast. I stumbled across a subway and thought I'd see what it was like. Nothing compared to home may I add. I stomached it all though as I was so hungry. I was then trying to follow the directions on my phone to the gateway but managed to get lost! I soon turned around and eventually found it after an hour of looking. I sat there for about and hour an a half and I was sweating, It was so warm today. As I sat there I started to have a couple of people sneaking in for pictures not realising that I knew. Then the more polite people were just coming up and asking. I felt like an attraction at Disneyworld or something. I must have had about 50 people start to queue up and have pictures, I didn't mind though as they were all very friendly. I then walked the short distance to the museum and wandered around there for an hour or so. It was quite interesting at the start but as you made your way through the museum it slowly got more dull on every floor. I left there in search of a supermarket to buy some crisps and water. I was heading in the wrong direction before getting stopped by a man called Satish. He showed my the right way to go and we started chatting. I was telling him my plans for the rest of India and he advised me to book my rail tickets in advance as it is easier than getting them from the station. I was going to do this anyhow but as he said he knew somewhere I just went along with it. I ended up buying my two rail tickets but the trains from Agra through to Jaipur and Delhi were all full. So they said anyway. They suggested for me to get a private driver to take me around all these cities and for some reason I agreed to fork out 300 pound for this! But this was a weight lifted from my shoulders knowing that all of my transport in India had now been sorted. I left there about 6pm and walked back up to the station with Satish. I popped into mcdonalds for dinner before leaving Satish there. We swapped numbers and agreed to meet at my hotel at 12 for a bit of sight seeing tomorrow. I got the train back to Khar west and then sat on the wifi talking to friends and family. I also posted my pictures from the day onto my iPad. I headed up to bed about 12 knowing I would be up bright and early!!