Mauli Village

Address: At-Satirje,Post-Mapagaon, Alibaug, Maharashtra, 402201, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on At-Satirje,Post-Mapagaon, Alibaug, is near Nagphani (Duke's Nose).
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    Travel Blogs from Alibaug

    Dharavi Slum - The land of opportunity

    A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 03, 2015

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... cardboard. The boxes come back time after time for remaking into new ones. The recycled parts are the weaker parts, the cow and elephant **** make the strong bits.

    Nothing here is wasted.

    We went into the residential part. Dark dimly lit alleyways just a shoulder width apart. Adnan had said not to stop or take any turnings because if we got lost he would never find us again, and within 5 seconds, I could see why. Every 8-10 feet would be a curtain or a door ...

    Tourist Time!

    A travel blog entry by kkinsella on Feb 07, 2015

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... dropped me off and waited for me to call him when I was ready to get picked back up. I headed straight to the ticket booth but a guy redirected me through the security gates and said you buy the tickets to Elephanta Island at the boat. Liar!! I was still able to buy a ticket, but it was from a random dude that charged 40 rupees more than what it said the price was online. Pretty sneaky maneuver if you ask me.

    Elephanta Island is 9km into the Arabian ...

    Incredible India

    A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on May 14, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... but when people sometimes won't take "no" for an answer, even when phrased politely in Hindi, it's difficult.

    The people and culture are also so, so different to anything I have ever experienced. There is chaos everywhere! The roads are insane with every driver for himself. Saying that, when a bus driver overtakes at a ridiculous place which was never going to work and forces the car in front to stop completely to avoid a crash... nobody honks! ...

    Westward ho!

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 03, 2013

    1 photo

    ... ride to our hotel. The roads are filled with black and yellow taxis and there are lots of colourful street stalls. We're not quite sure where the hotel is and neither is the taxi driver. We know it's 'somewhere' near to Marine Drive, the trendy part of town but we don't think it's quite on it as this is where all the posh five stars are located and ours is just 35 a night (very cheap for Mumbai). Our driver shows the address to a passer-by and directions are ...

    The Bobblehead

    A travel blog entry by rhodri27 on Jun 20, 2013

    84 photos

    ... in Egypt and they would constantly harass and follow you for a few hundred metres.

    You are probably wondering about the title bobblehead but it is a thing that Indians do when asked a question it is like a nod and means yes, just pictures those kiddies toys with a head that wobbles.

    I really enjoyed the Indian train much like the bus journey, I had been warned against going in sleeper class but I thought it was ok , it is a open plan carriage with ...