Arya Nivas

270/286 Kalbadevi Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 002, India | Hotel

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The end!

A travel blog entry by liammobsby

... to buy a Mint Feast. When I had my bag stolen on a train and had to steal it back, before the guy jumped from a moving train and ran off. Sometimes I really think the place is driving me mad. I've had many moments where I don't recognise myself. < And sometimes I love it. I've been invited for lunches, nights out and boozy all-day BBQs with people I've barely met. I've chatted over chai with some of the most interesting and educated people I've ever met. I've dined in 5 ...

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A travel blog entry by tootledt43

... and appearance quality when ever positioned any existing counter top.Nespresso CitiZ Espresso Maker is a favorite brand a result of high-quality cappuccino that hot weather will make within just A very short time. A real challenge high quality to successfully rave with reference to! A cup full of frothy java constituted of the following apparatus expenditures about Fifty five money. The very coffee
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Mapless in Mumbai...

A travel blog entry by jab13


... onto the boat at once and you often have to climb across three boats to get to yours). On the journey back, during an incredible sunset, we could see the Gateway of India through the thick smog and it made us think of a Bombay long past, with ships filled with spices and treasures heading for the bazaars around town. It also made me appreciate the city and its dirty chaos and want to explore so much more of ...

The Welcoming Light Pollution

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik

... was due to leave at 2pm. Having a couple of hours to kill and needing a bite to eat (breakfast really not being the most filling or appetizing of affairs) we mooched around the local streets for a bit amongst stalls selling flowers garlands and every other item on the planet. The sun, by now having reached its epitaph, had succeeded in wetting our shirts from the mix of body grime and backpack straps. To rest we sat down in front of a closed shop on a narrow street ...

Getting there and visiting the Slums

A travel blog entry by pigsfoot


... Dharavi is one of the biggest slums in the world with over one million people living in 1.75 sq kms. It is estimated that the work that comes out of the area is worth some $650m. You can read a bit about it at orld/06/dharavi_slum/html/dharavi_slum_ intro.stm

It is so alien to our life style.You cannot fail to be upset at the way the people live: especially children. But everyone is pleasant to you. I played ...


This hotel, located in the Bhuleshwar - Dhobi Talao area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Botanical Gardens, and Taraporewala Aquarium.
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