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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Travel Blogs from Matheran

First stop in India, Mumbai!

A travel blog entry by ourjaunt on Oct 23, 2014

... we arrive 15 mins later? The bloody gateway of bloody India! As it was Diwali ( the Festival of Lights) the gateway to India was so mentally busy! This guy came up to me, he looked like some sort of guru and said he wanted to bless me, I was like oh go on then and I looked out of my eye to see mike looking stressed as he said I'd have to pay him money. I was like nooo he won't he's like a guru person, a man of god! Anyway rs100 later, mike was right haha however, I ...

Mumbai moments

A travel blog entry by intrepidus on Jan 29, 2014

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... played with makeshift wickets and bats; the old and ornate Churchgate Station now the offices for Indian Railway with its plaques to the founders and builders of one of the biggest and most use rail networks; the now festive area complete with balloon sellers ,sweet vendors and itinerant holy men around the "Gateway to India" arch built to commemorate the height of the Raj as well as its end.

The contemporary world ...

Back to Mumbai for our flight out

A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Sep 05, 2013

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... tasty curries! In retrospect I think we may of been harsh on India, we did enjoy parts but unfortunately the hustle and bustle tainted the pockets of fun we had. During our three weeks we never got Delhi belly which was very lucky despite taking the occasional food risk. If we were to go back we now feel prepared for the good and the bad. We would probably travel towards the south of India where we had the most fun and people were ...


A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 24, 2013

... the most beautiful. The only downside was that EVERYONE wanted a picture of us - apparently we are more photogenic than one of the the most iconic buildings in India, but we sat there and smiled whist people handed us their babies, pets and grandparents. Although our stint in Agra was very short (we didn't stay the night) we both agreed that it really was a place worth visiting and that having your photo taken was a small price to pay to be able to experience such a wonderful ...


A travel blog entry by angierich on Dec 11, 2012

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... she thought there were only two in it) and proceeded to order 4 big glasses of Bollinger, thank you very much. A bit ****** and starving we headed in for dinner and soon realised that we were in for a feed. The courses were so good and rich but we weren't used to eating all that meat so we had to slow things down a bit and Angie got sick cause she ate too much but it was savage. Never had anything like it in India and probably will never have Indian food ...

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