Address: 43, Sir Pochkhanwalla Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400030, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Worli area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Gorai Beach, and Madh Island.
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    Last day in India

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Mar 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... skills. No picures are allowed to retain the dignity of the families. I was impresses by how hard the people are working to better themselves but horrified to see the terrible living and working conditions. I've seen enough. We leave on a 1:20 am flight tonight and I can't wait to get back to the US.

    We have some time to kill so we visit the High Court of India. The courts are in a ...

    Day 4 - Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by opacheco on Nov 04, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... clearly stating several times that we had been to the Gateway of India yesterday, our driver pulls into the parking lot for the Gateway of India and asks us how long we need to take pictures. After some additional discussions he agrees to take us to the next location. Apparently we were not clear that we had been here yesterday. Next on the list was a visit to the Malabar dhobi ghat. This entire section of the city is engaged in the trade of laundering. The men beat the laundry into a ...

    The home of Bollywood and the great soul

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 06, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... love there, but over a hundred people are employed looking after this amazing home. Next to the park is a large open area with tall walls and filled with trees. We learn that this is a cemetery, but not as we understand them. Hindus are cremated on death, Muslims are buried, but these people leave the bodies in the open so they can return to nature. This also explains the large number of eagles in this part of the city, and also in Delhi. We leave the park with a ...

    Farewell India

    A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Mar 01, 2014

    7 photos

    This is my final post from India before I fly off to China tomorrow morning. India really is the incredible place that everyone says it is, the massive variety of people, scenery, colours, sounds and smells really are amazing! Since my last post I spent 2 more days in Goa with Bryony, Ross and Georgia who I met on the tour. We found some beach huts and stayed there and had 2 days relaxing on the beach and swimming in the sea. Wonderful most of the time except when you step on a crab and ...

    The Famous 5

    A travel blog entry by rosanaghhall on Aug 19, 2013

    ... homes that populate this area of Mumbai along a 3 mile stretch bordering the natural harbour of Mumbai. The road is very popular with Local people as a place to walk away an afternoon and was busy whatever time of day we drove along it and at night when all the lights are on and the impressive new sea-link bridge is in the background, it feels like you could be in any big seaside city around the world. We then wandered along to the Gateway India, a monument ...