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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... some great responses from people within the 'town' and we felt very welcome there. I would liked to have stayed longer but it wasn't appropriate. It was interesting that at the end the tour dude asked for a personal tip in the full knowledge the funds we gave were for the community. Opportunist? Did he resent conducting the tours? Was it appropriate he benefitted from the tour directly? We thanked him for his tour but didn't tip and left.
... who would be with us over the next several hours. We visited a beach where we played a bit of footy and also jumped on a horse drawn carriage which Caleb piloted for us through the sand and water. We stopped and various places and saw people cleaning their clothes in the lake, carrying things on their heads, we learned how rice was grown and tried our hand at whacking the rice off the stalks, a lake where people ...
... for what felt like miles. Adam said we couldn't give her any money and I cried an awful lot. The driver wound down his window and slapped her around the head and I wailed like a baby at the injustice of it all but also because I was so mortified with myself that I had literally turned my head away from her and refused to look her in the eye, like she didn't even exist. 3) Aside from.the unfathomable poverty and the terrifying driving, there ...
... strict guards to let us in. Back to the Taj Palace where we took a tour of the hotel along with some other guests. A fascinating place, a lot of history. Small fact, the first hotel in India to have electricity. Dinner time came and for the first time we saw a menu that had Western prices. After weeks of budget meals we couldn't bring ourselves to eat there. We headed out for what ended up being a $6 meal that filled the gap. After a quick check with the concerirge ...
... these guys took us around to the places starving for business, surely owned by extended family. Exhausted from our journey, we decided to settle at one of his recommendations. Not the nicest of establishments, but decent enough and offering a price tag of 700 rupees, this seemed to be the best deal we could get (as confirmed by previous online research), so we booked. Of course, now the "tourguide" expects a payment...fine. here's a dollar, ...