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Throughout this whole RTW trip for the past years what I've found the most intriguing are people. No matter where they are from and whatever they are doing, observing people is so much fun and I never get sick and tired of it.
India is no exception in this respect, and I think it's one of the best countries to do human-observation.


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Mumbai seems to attract a large number of young people: most of them are probably students, and they make this city quite lively. Another interesting aspect of Mumbai is that people in this city never keep staring at me on the streets and they seem more accustomed to foreign tourists than those in the other cities that I've been to in India. While Indian people still appear to be very alienating to me, I'm feeling anonymous now.


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