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

    Delhi to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 15, 2015

    47 photos

    ... br>
    I lost track of time and when I looked at my watch I realised we it was about 1.30pm – we had landed just before 12 noon !!

    We were going to the cruise terminal via “The Gateway to India” built for George V’s arrival in the early 1900’s. Jeff and Joyce had been to Mumbai a couple of years ago and had seen various sites here but kindly asked Joe if we could go that way to show Doug and I as we ...

    Dharavi Slum - The land of opportunity

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

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... with chemicals to get it back to liquid. Once again, the workers use no gloves and rub these chemicals in by hand. The dents are hammered, smoothed and polished out. Then it gets recoated in red oxide and sent off to the paint factories for them to fill.. Each paint can has 8 cycles before it gets sent to the smelting unit, put into aluminium bars and sold on.

    Tiny scraps of fabric are used as tinder for the kilns in the pottery section. Cow and elephant **** is ...

    Tourist Time!

    A travel blog entry by kkinsella on Feb 07, 2015

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... day. Crazy! It was beautiful and built during the British occupation in 1887. The sun was coming up over the building which was really pretty. We ended up going back later in the day to get more pics.

    From there we headed over to the Gateway of India. It was built in 1911 to commemorate the visit of King George V and was also the departure point for the British soldiers when they left India in 1947. This was the first time I felt completely on my own. ...


    A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jan 11, 2014

    6 photos

    ... When we got off the ferry at India Gate, we walked down to the Mumbai museum, and had a wonder around there. On the way to the ferry terminal the taxi driver took us through the old part of the city, and showed us the Dhobi area,where they wash the clothes, and the fish market, flower and vegetable markets as well. Having had this glimpse of the city, we have decided that we don't need to go on an organised tour of the city, which was going to cost us Rs5750 for the day. A couple of big ...

    JAI HO

    A travel blog entry by dphilips on Feb 27, 2013

    38 photos

    ... of their day-to-day life or how it is. Internet, businesses, private security, the works! They were all so friendly. We toured through the mini maze like passageways and into their homes. We saw the recycling trade and products produced by them all and how influential the slums actually impact on the cities economy. They even had a gym inside and some of the guys wanted me to come in and do a few reps, so I obliged and got some snaps taken with them. ...