The Regenza by Tunga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on cars and buildings and effigies of the goddess Durga. It's apparently one of the most important Hindu festivals and takes place over two nights. In another 20 days we will be at the beginning of Diwali . The sad part of it all is the state it appears to have left the coastline in. Today we wandered along Chowpatty beach and the waters edge was littered with broken pots, and debris which presumably had been left there, or washed up ...
... a famous Jain temple within the park, which is called Trimurti. The temple is used by the Digambar sect of the Jain community and many Jain Saints preach here before moving on on their travels.
One of the main historic attractions are the Kanheri Caves, an archaeological site. It is thought that these caves were sculpted by Buddhist residents between the ...
... in small dusty premises, and many people occupying the residential balconies above head. It almost felt war torn and we felt quite on guard but didn't seem too draw too much attention. As we wandered through the small streets we found a different way out and came across an eerie derelict tall concrete building that was the shape of a water tower or airport control tower. It really was a monstrosity probably from a past war. We tried to get closer for a good look but to no avail so ...
... in the world. I don't think any other place even comes close. They dress well, they are modern and many have an exotic look to them. But I think the most enchanting part is that although they dress just like in any western country, there is an inherent modesty or a conservative attitude in them too. Its that mix - the modern and conservative - that makes them so alluring. The rest of the day was just me doing some shopping and hanging around in the ...
... to be a traveller is another and I remain convinced that to travel one must attempt to make the journey with both feet and heart taking the challenge of doing it without an itinerary and the assistance of the 14 day guided tour. But for those that choose not to do it this way making an Indian trip part of their lives CHEERS to you as well. You too will have memories that will last a life time of the ENCHANTMENT of INDIA.