Rajkamal Hotel

205/207, 4th Lane, Corner Of Khetwadi, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400004, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

Mumbai beach, tourists and sun, hello freckles!

A travel blog entry by cliona


... was asked to leave down a stinky stair way and out the back door. So strange. We grabbed a taxi back to the hotel, not forgettting clíonas battery first! We passed the hussle and bussle of the city. It comes alive at night in Mumbai, alot more than other cities. Once home we ordered room service and chilled. Time to pack our bags again, flight to goa tomorrow afternoon, last city and back to see uncle maurice!!

Hugs and love,
Clíona and Miriam

The Gatway and Scams Galore

A travel blog entry by emmajames


... they were made to resemble a certain seed from a certain tree which are considered Holy. They are brown and you will usually see Hindu Holy men with vast amounts of these beads around their neck like gold chains on BA Baracus. They are used for prayer and usually have 108 beads on a necklace.

The guy starts chatting to us asking where we are from etc. He recoomends a restarurant for lunch which he is about the 3rd person ...

Made it to Mumbai

A travel blog entry by kstephens


... I was booking flights to Santiago, madly searching for temps in Chile to help with research, and learning all I could about not only the Chilean education system but also the type of project that the Mumbai office typically conducts.  Saturday morning found me packing for Chile and exploring my colleague Maina's neighborhood with her (this is where all of the Bollywood stars have houses in Mumbai), before heading to the airport.  Next stop: South America! ...

The shape of things to come

A travel blog entry by agmoldham


... obvious what had happened in the main story line. Although we were pretty free from stomach problems early in the trip progressively more people were suffering. This continued on into Goa and by the end most people had suffered some problems ... I was one of the lucky ones who didn't, but nobody was seriously effected. Mumbai was crazy, scary, dirty, busy, and much more developed than the other Indian cities we saw! There's a real sign of where India is heading in ...

Kadama 50: Walking through Dharavi

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay

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... in reality, people from all over India travel to Dharavi as their first choice for work.

You see, Dharavi has a commercial area and a residential area. Migrant workers from all over India travel to this slum for work because it is easy to find, the government pays a decent wage of 100 rupees (approximately $2 USD) for a days work (same wage for men and women) as well as free housing in the residential area. People will work for a few months in Dharavi, ...


This hotel, located in the Byculla - Mazagaon area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Diveagar Beach, Bhandardara, and Bhau Daji Lad Museum.
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