Rangoli Retreat

Address: B.P. 187 M.G. Road, Matheran, Maharashtra, 410102, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on B.P. 187 M.G. Road, Matheran.
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        Travel Blogs from Matheran

        Mumbai in a Day

        A travel blog entry by jodeebodee on Dec 08, 2014

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        ... kulfi on a stick rather than fudges etc so it would cool my mouth down. I was supposed to get some tandoori chicken as well but I was stuffed and a bit afraid I would puke. So that was the end of my food adventure for the day. Pravar put me in a cab and sent me back to Colaba. The driver was sketchy though and stopped twice and left the car. I was not pleased but he didn't speak English. When we finally got near the right side of town I was dozing off but he took me to the wrong hotel. ...

        Back to reality

        A travel blog entry by intrepidus on Mar 12, 2014

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        ... bit more serious was our attempt to walk along the famous Juhu beach. This is often featured in Bollywood films and allegedly the frontage of homes for Bollywood stars. It is described as a long, long sandy golden beach on the evocative Arabian Sea. We clearly reached it at the wrong point. There was nothing about, no people swimming, no sellers of tat, no drinks stalls, no tourists - only groups of rough sleepers and beggars trying to keep ...

        Mumbai Madness

        A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Sep 08, 2013

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        ... to the airport when It's definitely more fun to hail another one and have the driver bartering with a security guard even after we'd a price had been agreed! (There's a certain point that when it's your last day, you just know it's not worthwhile following a random guy who claims his taxis are cheaper)! India definitely has me on a love-hate relationship. Take me to the airport please... Final thoughts from twoelusve in India coming ...

        Incredible India

        A travel blog entry by grandma.at.sea on Mar 31, 2013

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        ... more sights on the way back to the port.

        We had an amazing day and saw such a variety of things, from the stunning to the very sad sight of a small child begging. I could never get used to seeing that. The price for our fantastic tour was 10 each - unbelievable!
        Despite all the terribly sad situations I saw, I would love to return to Mumbai and other places.

        INDIA - Incredible India - that's what the advert says and it is so ...

        Mumbai Madness

        A travel blog entry by george_dan_2012 on Nov 10, 2012

        ... hotel, was ok, but way overpriced for what it was, however was in a good location near the Gateway of India.

        The first word to associate with Mumbai...SCAM. Getting in a taxi asking to be taken to the train station wasn't as simple as it seemed. Instead being taken to a local travel agent where the people inside spent a good 30 minutes trying to rip us off for our train travel around India was not the ideal ...