Mumbai fog

 

For my trip abroad tomorrow, the first part of India I’ll make contact with is (wait for it…) Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (IATA: BOM, ICAO: VABB), also known by its previous nick of Sahar Int’l Airport. This airport serves the hectic metropolis of Mumbai. I’ll be staying at a country house near Nallasopara, a surburban town outside the city. To give you a flavour of what Mumbai is like, I present to you this foggy GIFwork by Aaron Lopez.

Credits: Aaron and Giphy via Aaron Carlos Lopez, Out-there Gifs! and Facebook

Umbrella-ella-ella

 

 

Today in London, the British weather has been doing what it’s best at doing. Continuously raining since at least three in the morning. I had to lug my big Dunlop brolly with me and my colleague slipped in the rain, getting injured in the hand by hers in the process.

Credit: Skype unofficial blog

Sand river of Iraq

 

The extremely rare ‘sand river’ phenomenon of the Iraqi deserts. It’s not actually sand though. It is pieces of hail and ice, possibly with some sand mixed in, moving at high speed.

Credits: Vijay Shah, Kalki Group and Facebook, The Huffington Post