Divadhar Hotel

Address: M.G.Road, Matheran, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on M.G.Road, Matheran.
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India Mumbai

A travel blog entry by poeticdrifter on Apr 29, 2014

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On my last day in Mumbai I went to the museum and had an audio tour. Learned a lot about culture and religion. I met a local kid in a bar before my bus was to leave to Goa. He introduced himself and sat down with me. We had a few kingfishers and he told me he works in movies. We start talking about the industry and our favorite shows. He said his parents don't understand his choice of work. They would rather see him ...


A travel blog entry by bevbag on Dec 30, 2013

... and transfers for Bev. They took us out for a few drinks in a local bar along with a young couple from London who had only arrived in India that very day. It was great to meet them as they had done a wonderful job as we have had no hitches so far and we are well into our fourth week here and have been to a lot of places. After drinks I insisted that they join us for dinner so that we might thank them properly. The young couple for ...


A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 11, 2013

... gate itself was very impressive and the view over the water was really rather lovely. On our way back to out hotel a small man ran up to us and started talking about shirts and suits and before we knew it we were standing in a tailors shop, knee deep in fabric and having a very serious conversation about how to make Henrik and I look like the picture of Daniel Craig we had on our phone. He had THE material we had been looking for but his price was oh so high. We played ...

Horn OK Please, it's Mumbai!

A travel blog entry by kenyanmaasai on Sep 26, 2012

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... different here. A unique blend of street food, city sewers, stray dogs, cows, incense, sweat - and topping it off- the intense humidity, and the millions of A/C extraction vents, chimneys, car/truck/train/rickshaw exhaust pipes. Back to the container story- the Govt has given these containers to slum dwellers as temporary accommodation as they tear down existing slums and build more permanent structures for them. Fascinating. Kibera chiefs, are you listening? So ...

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A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

... sensation is certainly something to get used to! On the topic of traffic congestion, you have never seen such a thing until you have experienced it in India. The only way to explain it is to view the accompanying pictures—it makes even the most boisterous of bottleneck on I-4 look like a lazy river… and this is no dramatization!

As a sidenote to the transportation discussion, I will also take this moment to discuss what Indians endearingly refer to as ...

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