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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... to buy a coffee so we could abuse their washroom. We negotiated a price back to the airport and piled into the small van, but when he went to start the engine there was a shockingly loud explosion like a tire blew up, and it wouldn't start. After quite a few "wait just one minute" it was obvious he was going nowhere and another Muslim driver came over to scoop us up.... a lot of screaming at each other and I thought they were going to start a fight. Eventually we got ...
... our one checked bag on the carousel. We were disappointed upon exiting the airport to not see anyone from our trekking company but one of several men that approached us asking who we were waiting for suddenly ran away and came back with our trekking company sign. He told us the person picking us up was caught in traffic but after waiting more than 30 minutes we were getting very concerned with the sketchy situation. Ken approached the ...
Disembarkation through the port in Mumbai was surprisingly easy and after a whistle stop mini tour of Mumbai by taxi we arrived at Mumbai's new airport. It was not at all as we expected of India (having been through Goa's airport a few times) and we were not surprised to find out it had only been open a couple of months. A lot of the shops ...
... their house can be a little bigger. It's not all amazing in the slums. They house is the size of your bathroom. Some of several floors but the houses are narrow and you have to sleep all together. There is a private shower for women and flowing water. You have to share a public bathroom / toilet block with 8000 others, I struggled sharing one with 7 people! Plenty of rubbish everywhere. People everywhere... This is standard in India though. ...
... caterer and late so we were weaving in and out of 6 lanes of Mumbai traffic, up on pavements and everything! So fun, cracking up hysterically, just like the effect that horseback galloping has on me, it must be the adrenaline!
The wedding itself was a bit of an anti-climax and quite tiring but I got fed and paid.
Next stop...Goa and after Mumbai I am ready and I'm going by train!