Mumbai (formerly Bombay): I won't go so far as to say "for a moment I thought I was in London", not when oxen with painted horns plod wearily through city streets, but certainly there is no denying the British were here. They left their mark in ponderous pseudo-Gothic buildings such as the Victoria Terminus and a central railway station similar to London's finest. There is a cavernous museum named after the Prince of Wales, another called the Victoria and Albert. Crawford Market is reminiscent of Covent Garden back in Eliza DoLittle's time. Scarlet double-decker busses careen along downtown streets, the clock tower is known as Big Ben, and cricket is a national passion.