Hotel Yogi Midtown
Travel Blogs from Navi Mumbai
... of kilos of clothes and linen in 1026 open air troughs. We first spotted it by seeing hundreds of white (ish) sheets hanging up to dry and on getting closer it was a pretty crazy sight. We did a final stop at Mumbai Central to have a wander round the area and had lunch by sampling various street food. I've no idea what they were called but I had some crispy cabbage ball things and a dosa (rice pancake) with a spicy and a yoghurty sauce. After heading back ...
... can certainly not to mention effortlessly set up ice, even before launching the main celebration and you're able to accumulate these people inside refrigerator. Folks an ice pack like while it should be through the entire festival. As things are modest and simple to place, doing this reverse ice cube vendor can be employed in a choice of the exact software house, with regards to your kitchens outstanding maybe in just about ...
... Or a new market stall selling fruit, veg, chickens, SIM cards, sewing machines, anything! Some of the services on offer are genius – I saw a guy with a set of scales by the road charging 10 rupees for you to weigh yourself, and another guy selling potatoes and using himself as a counterweight. Others are more random. I was walking along Marine Drive the other day and felt something scratch my ear, turned around and there was a guy trying to stick bamboo in my ear to ...
... a fast local, as the fast local didn't stop at Vile Parle but took me to Andheri. So, I had no option but to take an auto from Andheri as I wanted to go to Juhu Beach.
I took an Auto and reached Juhu beach sometime around 9:30pm. Even at this time Juhu was crowded with people. I must admit, that beach was very dirty, but because if the food joints in the beach, it was quite happening. There was this huge area where you get dishes ranging from Vada Pao to ...
... This was one of the few places we have been so far that there have been rubbish bins readily available and still people through the rubbish on the side of the path, or in the water.
After arriving back in Mumbai we walked to McDonalds for late lunch/early dinner where James tried the Maharaja Mac.
Next day we went on a tour of the Dharavi Slum (the Asia’s most densely populated slum, and the largest in Mumbai, population approx equal ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking