Green Hill Resort

Address: Plot No.192,Lord Elphinstone Road, Matheran, Maharashtra, 410102, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot No.192,Lord Elphinstone Road, Matheran, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Matheran

    Delhi to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 15, 2015

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    ... br>

    Out came everything – it was unbelievable. All of that was put into a blue airport tray (who ever makes those and puts them into every airport must have made a fortune !).

    And then the issue was exposed. Doug had packed a nail clipper in his camera case … the sort you can buy from a tobacconist on a small chain.

    The security guard looked closely at it and decided it wasn’t a ...

    Day 14! Beach, markets and cinema!

    A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Jan 19, 2014

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    ... at Miriam because he charged her 3 drinks instead of 2, so pretended not to understand her! The adverts were hilarious at the start and the intermission (pauze) of the movie. You could almost see the white powder on the actors skin, non of them looked very indian, either did the places filmed, was all very western. The cinema itself was really fancy, marble stairs and a cute cupcake stand. You could get full hamburger meal deals, oh and hash browns! However at ...

    Beep Beep!!!

    A travel blog entry by adventuresofjes on Mar 26, 2013

    1 comment

    ... boom! They ask you for some Rupees. The taxi ride from the airport to our hotel located in Khar West was insane! There were no road signs, traffic lights or markings on the roads to show however many lanes there were or a sense of direction when driving. Our taxi would be driving straight down a road and suddenly a rickshaw would appear out of nowhere driving straight for us! Beep Beep! that's all you would here! The roads at 2am were not that busy, but still chaotic. Most ...

    Food Glorious Food

    A travel blog entry by travelbuggednaz on Oct 22, 2012

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    ... forward to eating after catching a whiff of the cooking. Looking down at the menu I see "Cheese Pav Bhaji", I'm intrigued so we order one and some fresh Idli alongside 2 glasses of Mausaumbi juice like my mum's old days. Mosaumbi, which I have no idea how to spell (nor does Google as every time I type a version in its suggesting another), is loosely translated as Sweet Lime, although it looks greeny and tastes more like an un-acidic orange. Pav Bhaji is ...

    Blog 7

    A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

    ... settled comfortably into my seat and waited to arrive. Little did I know that the arrival to Agra itself would be nearly as stressful as the train ride! When I stepped off the train, I was instantly surrounded by multiple cab and rickshaw drivers trying to sell me a tour—a very overwhelming experience to say the least. I managed to fend them off long enough to make my way to the tourism office. However, the scene was less-than-welcoming: the lights were off and the man ...