Preeti Hotel

Address: Near Railway Station, Matheran, Maharashtra, 410102, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Railway Station, Matheran, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Just hold out your hand and strut!

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 03, 2014

      ... b, when you pull in behind someone c, when you pull in front of someone and d, when ever and for whatever reason you feel like! As we arrived the centre was packed full of people, we headed to the one of the great sights the gate of India only to find it had been cordoned off for a swimathon. Never the less we walked around taking in the sights, sounds and delish food smells cooking on the street stalls. We then came across a problem...crossing the road. The traffic ...


      A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 16, 2013

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      ... to buy another bag as a result of our impromptu shopping sprees... The seats on the buses are set at a ridiculously reclined angle which is great for sleeping but makes everything else rather awkward. We did as we were told, and slept. After 10 hours the bus suddenly stopped and the driver said that anyone going to Jaisalamer had to get off and onto a new bus. A Russian couple and us climbed off and the bus sped away leaving us ...

      Bombay Mix

      A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 03, 2012


      ... dirty place we realised that there was more to Mumbai and the city had a pulse. We couldn't get over the traffic - rickshaws weaved into spaces that wern't there and buses, lorries and motorcyclists adding to the symphony of a hundred horns. In India the horn means everything - "I'm here", "I'm overtaking", "I see you", "I'm changing lanes erratically", "I'm annoyed at you" etc.  Our favourite experience in Mumbai was going to Dharavi slum, but sadly or fittingly ...

      Blog 4

      A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

      ... for her ambitious dreams. I will always wonder if she was able to achieve her goal, but surely I wish her the best as well.

      Clinically, I had a very special experience as well. The week started with a visit to the Acworth Leprosy Museum and Footwear Unit in Wadala, an area a short train ride from where I am staying. Although much more controlled than it was previously, leprosy does still exist in India, as does the stigma that unfortunately goes along with it. ...

      Another quiet day

      A travel blog entry by jjulien on Feb 23, 2012

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      Hi there

      Had a quiet day today, still feel awful, and it sucks to have a cold in this heat. Alan and I took a cab to the post office and walked back at around 4:30, and the heat was just starting to be bearable, it probably feels worse because I am sick.

      We went out for supper at this great little place across the street from our hotel, called Pizza on the bay. The food and ambiance was great, but again, this is India, so no matter ...