After sleeping for more than 11 hours I was well rested and only needed a little patience to wait for the breakfast. At 1 pm it was finally the right time to eat some tasty "ukrainian eggs":
Arguably not a very typical Indian breakfast but there is still enough time to eat local food!
I spent the rest of my time in Bombay creating this blog and played the piano of our lovely hosts, which is by the way the first working piano I ever found on all my trips through India (not counting a little keyboard for kids). Last time in Gujarat I even stumbled over a real Steinway but of course it was totally out of tune and covered with a big layer of dust:
I'm glad we could stay with Sonya and her 3 daughters at a place in Bombay where you could totally forget that you are indeed in a big, polluted city which is the home of more than 20 million people with a population density of over 20,000/km² (Munich: 1.4 million, 4500/km²)
Even when I found it almost unbearable hot, with only around 35° C during noon they are already predicting a cold and hard winter coming.