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First Street Walk in Mumbai Post Transplant

I had my kidney transplant in June 2019. Its a bit more than 2 years now. I was in quarantine for around 6 months. Thereafter Corona took over and the quarantine continued. As an outdoors person, I was tempted to go out for a couple of road trips and one with my parents. I will write about them in subsequent posts. But as a Mumbaikar, I had not walked on the streets of Mumbai. The experience was something that I was missing and looking forward to. Yesterday, I got that opportunity.  My phone handset was giving some issues and had some bug. I wanted to get it rectified. I tried calling the helpdesk number of the handset manufacturer but their instructions didnt rectify the problem. I had to visit their official service center in Fort Area. I drove down to the area and parked my car in a location where normally the walking distance would be 2 minutes. It was just on the other side of the footpath. But I realised that it had become quite a walk. I had to walk around 15 to 20 minutes and t

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