Hotel Bawa International
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bawa International Mumbai (Bombay)
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... 1in. Well at least I wasn't sliding around like the last sleeper. The bumps were softer and the window a lot bigger but it still left me with the feeling that it was the last time I would travel sleeper class on a bus. As it turned out the other guys were on the coach before mine so I couldn't even share my pain with them.
So Mumbai. They promised to drop us off at Colaba the southern most tip on the peninsula. They dropped us off by the stunning Victoria ...
... know we would be seeing many many more monkeys. 4. Elephanta Caves - this is an island which is about an hour boat ride away from South Mumbai. The boat is more like a ferry and leaves from the Gateway of India, another landmark in Mumbai. Otter and I left my grandmother, Patti's place around 8am so that we could take the first ferry over to the caves. We got there with enough time to get pictures in front of the gateway and enough time to get swindled by a couple of ...
... have also put up tin-roofed rest stops to so that you can catch your breath, and snack on the goodies that you carry along with you. There are restrooms near the sanctuary, but once you start the hike, there are none until you make your way down.
The difficult route is supposedly a short cut to the fort, but the climb is much steeper. From the experience of the so-called 'easy route', I am guessing that the climb at on ...
... problems but the high risk jobs often pay the most. An example job given was the melting down of aluminium in searing temperatures for 12 hours per day could pay up to 400 rupees (~£4) which is seen as a good wage. Recycling is a huge industry in the slums: including plastics, tyres and tin cans. The plastics go through a complex set of stages to make a final product of pellets which are sold to manufacturers in different colours. Soap, leather bags, textiles ...
... and she was covered in bites. How they bit her without us realizing... is a mystery, but over time, the evidence of bites and itching galore have resulted in head to toe hiving. This experience is not what we'd hoped for Mumbai.
Luckily, our day improved as we got to check out Leopold's, a restaurant Britta recognized from the book Shantaram. There we bumped into another canuck, Phil from Squamish BC. It was his first day in India so we were ...