Hotel Sahara

Address: 35, Tribhuvan Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 008, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Girgaum area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Taraporewala Aquarium, and Kamala Nehru Park.
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

Week 2 - Rum Diaries

A travel blog entry by liammobsby on Apr 16, 2014

... most people don't arrive at work until 10am, but they'll regularly work to 8-9pm. Lunch is an important time and most teams sit down for a proper lunch together every day. I much prefer this to the UK culture of stuffing a Pret sandwich into your face at your desk and it helps with getting to know the team and have proper discussions. However, in the client canteen it does feel like every day is spice Russian roulette for me (you chose 5-6 small pots of curry type dishes ...

First day in Mumbai

A travel blog entry by keelypark on Dec 28, 2013

... it's the right hotel and everything is fine. Beyond relieved. We get into bed in a full dorm and I toss and turn as I am nervous and still unnerved about being here. We wake up this morning and meet our dorm mates. One is a lovely lady from Germany who is leaving for Goa today (everyone is going to Goa), the other is a Swedish guy called Victor. He is a solo traveller who has come from a trip in New Zealand and has lost his bags in transit. He is ...

Mumbai and Nashik

A travel blog entry by amijayne on Nov 21, 2013

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... Mumbai so we agreed to meet up again there. The main reason for our stay in Mumbai was to spend time with the Shekadar family that we had met in Jaipur. We took a four hour train journey to a place called Nashik and were met at the train station by Mitali (the daughter) and and her friend Nasreen (these are the two girls I am with in my pictures). Once we arrived at Mitali's home we were greeted by her Mum, Dad, Brother and pretty much the entire neighbourhood. It ...

The Bobblehead

A travel blog entry by rhodri27 on Jun 20, 2013

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... to get the train than stay in Mumbai for a few extra days with not much to do as believe it or not it is rather pricey by Indian standards.

Mumbai is a city of great contradiction on one hand you will see high end luxury brands such as Gucci, Jaguar, Ducati, Rolex etc. etc. and then no more than a 100 yards away you will have families searching through weeks and weeks of rubbish in the hope of finding something remotely edible or that they can use.


Slums and Cocktails

A travel blog entry by jessandnick on Apr 10, 2013

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... is where the rub comes in, and for me what clearly shows the complexity of this vast place. The recycling business that these immigrants work in are owned by people who have lived in the slums longer than they have, who are established Dharavians, and who don't have to deal with the daily toxicity. They are the ones who are buying the mopeds and the BMWs. They are- in effect- making a profit off the backs of these immigrant workers. Ninyesh tells us that these ...