InterContinental Marine Drive

Address: 135 Marine Drive, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400020, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near The Bombay Store - Mumbai, Flora Fountain, Malabar Hill, and Rajabai Clock Tower.
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    Mumbai again

    A travel blog entry by alienco on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... woda gazowana :) Swiatynie calike interesujace zdejciiwo choc straszńie tam ciemno. Ńie ma gwarancji ze cos z tego wyjdzie. No i masa ludzi. Jest niedziela a bilet dla tubylcow to tylko 10 INR. Nasz kosztuje 250 i na dokladke straznicy i bileter robia walek sprzedajac powtornie bilety juz bez kupou kontrolnego. Ja oczywiscie robie afere i dostajemy naprawde nowe bilety ale oslabia mnie to strasznie. Poza tym te jebane tlumy i wciaz pytania o foto. Nie kurwa ...

    Mumbai - Population 16.4 million

    A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... window asking for money. One slaps the window when we give nothing. The driver says professional beggars sometimes smash car windows. In the evening a man on the street offers us 500 rupees to be an extra in a Bollywood advertisement. Whilst it's tempting to sign up filming starts at 4.00am. In our final day in Mumbai we visit Gorai Island a golden Vippassina pagoda and Esselworld theme-park (I have no idea who granted ...


    A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Nov 21, 2013

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    ... were still open so we could easily hang out whilst going along, Webby didn't let me though. There are doors on Indian trains but they never close hem due to overcrowding and the heat. My first few questions to Asim were pretty much, how safe is this food going to be? Will I miss Mumbai by sitting on the toilet for the next few days? And yes, in my usual subtle fashion, that's how I asked the question! He replied that they have done their research ...


    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Mar 25, 2013

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    ... s armpit. In fact, we managed to jump on the train as elegantly as our backpacks would allow and spent a pleasant journey passing through the suburbs of North Mumbai munching on Aaron's crisps, which we had forgotten to give back. One of the great things about central Mumbai is the lack of tuk tuks. Rickshaws are not allowed into the centre, instead, 40 000 black and yellow taxis serve the local and tourist populations. That is not to say of course, that taxi drivers are any ...

    A Little Justice After A Long Night

    A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 03, 2013


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    After a few minutes of my obvious annoyance he said he had a sleeper spot for me at which point he led me around the corner to where a bus was idling at the side of the road. The bus was not a Volvo and certainly not ten days old but there was an upper berth there so I took it and climbed up into my horizontal perch for the fifteen hour ride. There were curtains and a sliding plexiglass door that I could close to seal off my compartment. ...