Host-Inn International

Address: Opp.Marol Fire Brigade Station, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400059, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Chowpatty Beach, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market, and Andheri Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    Div C Silver Jubilee Meet

    A travel blog entry by jonty11 on May 16, 2015


    Captain has just announced that we are cruising at 35,000 feet above sea level and Bangalore ka "taapman" 29C hain aur hum 1 ghante 20 minute mein Bangalore tak ki doori tay karenge.So I decide to flip open my laptop and use this 1 ghanta 20 minute for some word capturing my weekend. The Re-unite Division C movement started in Apr 2014, was in California and got up from my jet-lagged sleep and suddenly there is a flood of Facebook messages followed ...

    Mumbai again

    A travel blog entry by alienco on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... Poza tym pokoj jest dosyc maly. Z basenu jak sie okaze tez nie kozystamy a na durne lotnisko, ktore jest dw kroki taksowka i tak kosztuje 200INR. ale teraz o tym co bylo fajne. Najpierw tyktuk i pociag. Jak stere wygi wiemu juz co i jak wiec idzie sprawnie. Pociag sie jedynie strasznie wlecze. Do India Gate docieramy bardzo sprawnie na piechote ale jest jakies swieto i male zamieszanie. Docieramy jednak do promow na wyspe i praktycznie od razu wyruszamy. Podroz ro ...

    Mumbai - Population 16.4 million

    A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... prices. Mumbai is a place for the richest and poorest of India. On the second day, in the afternoon heat, we go on a 'slum tour'. It's a little a controversial as peoples lives become a 'tourist attraction'. However 80% of the profits go to an NGO working in the slum and it's very informative. The car goes through Mumbai's red light district and the guide tells us that village girls are promised good work, taken to the city ...

    Parting Observations

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Jan 29, 2014


    ... open during the day when they are present.

    Indians iron all clothing items, including underpants.

    Women like to whiten their skin and powder their faces with turmeric, believed to have cosmetic and health benefits.

    Nothing is free here, even an empty shoe box that you need to mail ...


    A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... I guess the best phrase to apply to it would be: every man for himself. The Mumbayians drive like they lineup to get out of a plane, right up the person in front of them. Drive hard, break late, don't let anyone in and beep your horn continuously. Lucky no speed can be raised due to traffic conditions so never any danger. But the horn honking... I've been to a lot of horn honking countries / cities but this tops them all. Passing someone, honk. ...