Bawa Regency

Address: Gokul Das Pasta Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400014, India | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Gorai Beach, and Madh Island.
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    Mumbai, India

    A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 25, 2014

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    ... operators' manually pulled tiny wooden Ferris wheels. The waterline though was where it kind of changed though. On the waterline a dark sludge of raw ****, bags and rubbish graced us, to the point where the smell got too bad and we left the beach goers to it. After another awesome meal ('Taste of Kerala' in Fort, for anyone that's going - doesn't look much but food is great) it was the end of our ...


    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Mar 15, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... people that live in Mumbai, 10 million live in slums and Dharavi is one of the largest not only in India but In the world. It's like a city within a city with major road networks, shops and other amenities nearby. The slums do not necessarily house poor people but those that prefer the community life and who want to avoid paying government taxes. Some of the richest choose to live in the slums and still drive posh cars, wear suits and rent houses elsewhere. The ...

    The city of Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by deepakandnigel on Dec 29, 2013

    ... Just one stray dog. For the first time in India we saw people walking dogs on leads. Apart from the buses and taxis, all vehicles were fairly new and none had the dents, bumps and scratches that they all had elsewhere. Everyone is better dressed and the young are fashion conscious. We saw locals smoking cigarettes for the first time too. Elsewhere they tended to chew tobacco. Last ...

    Slumdog Millionaires

    A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Jun 02, 2013

    ... mein hai” (home is where the heart is, you don’t belong to those palaces, you belong here in our slums)I didn’t say anything. I couldn’t say anything. I sat there in silence void of thought, full of emotion. As we pulled away and around the corner and made our right turn out of the slums, I felt it was ironic it took a right turn to get out of the only righteous people I had seen all day. On the way back, I kept looking at ...

    I Like Dirt

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 12, 2013


    ... which sadly, it probably did. I've been asked for money and food all over the world but never before have I seen something so small as a banana taken with such gratitude. She wasn't asking me because she saw me as a fat foreign pig with money to burn. She was asking me because she was desperate and needed it. Life is that hard in India, make no mistake. It's the toughest I've ever seen anyone have it.

    After the first three nights in my own room I'd moved into the dorm to ...