Ramee Guestline Dadar Hotel
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... we make our way to the famous Taj Mahal Hotel and India Gate. The hotel bears no sign of the damage inflicted and is a beautiful building overlooking the waterfront. From here ferries go to the Elephantine caves and fishing boats bob up and down on the water. Just across the street is India Gate and there are crowds of people around, talking, eating taking selfies and enjoying the area and free time. It is here we hear those famous words from our last journeys around ...
In Mumbai after spending five nights in Goa. The last few days couldn't be more different from the start of the trip. Across the board - weather, experiences, culture - it's one extreme to the other. Some great advice was given to me in Agra: the tourist triangle is best done in a rush. Hop from one sight to the next, ticking off the list. Then you get to Goa, which is a Bermuda Triangle for travellers, it swallows people up and makes them stay. Time gets ...
... airport. Sounds like it will be about half what we paid to get here. You need to do your home work around here.
The prices on the street are very cheap. 1lt of water $0.30 & the cafes are very reasonable about $20 for pizza,beer, soft drink, tea.
Hotel prices are reasonable as well. Every where except on the street has a 15-20 percent tax
Rell also found that you can't take photos every where.
... look out his window and look over all the poverty below him.
We had a nice drive down the Marina and then into Colaba to our hotel.
We booked in and sat with the guide while we double checked the rail tickets and the information printed on them to make sure that they were correct.
After the formalities were completed we went to our room and had a snooze before deciding where we would go next.
After a not so enjoyable experience of the walking around Delhi streets we didn't have huge expectations of Mumbai, expecting it to be fairly restrictive in terms of freedom to move around and the streets to be as intimidating as Delhi. However we were pleasantly surprised. There seemed to be less people on the steers, fewer people stared, there was Leah rubbish cluttering the gutters and it felt safe to ...