Bawa International Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
After literally years of planning for this epic trip, packing, and preparing the house for vacancy, we are ready!
Our driver, Hazare, arrived early to take us to Mumbai. First stop on the way was to pick up our sister Suniti to join us on our journey into Mumbai. Suniti lives in the district known as Bandra within Mumbai not too far from the …
... underwear trying to cool off. So, every time Rajesh would come into our room, I'd be almost naked, laying down on the bed with the sheets covering my waist, as I was too lazy to put on my clothes again. After a couple times we were like family...
The first night here, we walked north along the incredibly busy streets, peeking at all the merchandise for sale that was laid out on the side tables and on the ground. 18 million people means you can't walk in a ...
... was cringing most of the time watching the traffic.
Visited the Ghandi museum, which was where he lived for many years, along with a walk through the heritage part of Mumbai. Seeing the beautiful Mumbai university, high court and library buildings. Many large buildings in Mumbai are heritage listed, where the owners are subjected to a " rent lock " law...they cannot raise the rents they charge the tenants and they cannot make any changes to the building ...
... how violated and broken the inhabitants had felt. Yet such sentiments were impalpable, or they were masked very well. Instead, I looked around and watched people cooking, bathing, eating, napping, running around, laughing, in what seemed to be a carnival - like atmosphere. The sun was beating down on these makeshift homes, and people had stretched out their washing over the earth to dry, the kids were skipping around it all - seemingly apathetic to the destruction. A ...
... train cars were not the kind with people on the roof and hanging out the doors -- we had our own assigned seats -- they were really filthy and beat up. And when we arrived at the main Delhi station around 11:00 PM, we literally had to step over people who were sleeping on the platform. The long walk to our bus, up and over the dozens of tracks, through the hordes of people, with non-stop loud unintelligible PA announcements assaulting our ears, ended with a slog ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility