Travelling via the local trains in Mumbai is an experience in itself. Transporting an everage of 80,00000 people everyday is no easy task. Fatalities are common, but without them the metropolis comes to a standstill. They were an important part of my life growing up and I always try to get a trip in whenever in the city. You know, for old times sake.
Having a shave or haircut out in the open isn't unusual in India. Barbers often walk around with all their tools in a case that doubles up as a stool for you to sit on. A close shave can be had for as low as 30 rupees which is equivalent to 40 British pence.
Borivali Train Station, Mumbai, India
The northern beaches of Goa may not have the relatively unspoilt beauty of the south but during the off-peak season when things quieten down a bit and the sunsets are magical you can't deny the sheer beauty of being in the moment. I don't think I will ever forget this sunset.
Candolim Beach, Goa, India
Oxford Circus, London, United Kingdom
Palolem Beach, South Goa, India
T-Bana, Stockholm, Sweden
North Goa, India
Stockholm City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden
Gateway of India, Mumbai, India
Ko Lanta, Thailand
Second Sunrise, Stockholm, Sweden
Dharavi, Mumbai, India