Hotel Regal Enclave
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... if this was down to general city life or the British touches like red double decker buses and Victorian architecture. Either way I was pleasantly surprised to be feeling very up beat.
I eventually found my hotel and it was absolutely awful, a real dump in a grotty part of town and the staff were definitely acting weird! I decided to just have an early night and get the hell out of there first thing in the morning.
... all the sights and stops planned out. In Goa it's the opposite, people are here on a whimsical cheap one-way ticket, with months ahead to improvise around India. You tend to meet a lot of travellers in India who have already seen lots of other places in the world. It's a hotbed for getting ideas of where to plan the next trip. I have to keep laughing at the mismatched Indian sense of time. Today I ordered a taxi for 2pm. He showed up early, but I didn't ...
... the most eye opening market i didn't expect to come across, it can only be described as absolutely mental, everything about it, the people and all the surroundings. People were everywhere, even on the floor by your feet! - not an experience we want/hoping not to see again. It was Saturday night and Mumbai is said be the best part for going out for nightlife in the whole of India, so me and Ginni and a lone traveler ...
Not sure if its the language or that she is a women.
You can see some of the looking down on women bit.
Anyway Rell spent most of the day catching up on her paper work & resting. I went out for a walk around the blocks.
You can see the poverty, dirt & buildings in disrepair.
People sleeping & begging in the streets & everyone stares at you.
Rell came out for a walk ...
... beautiful examples of British architecture.
We paid a quick visit to the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Hotel before boarding a rickety old wooden ferry for an hour journey over to Elephanta Island. After combing many steps in the scorching heat we reached some very impressive caves that housed spectacular rock carvings that paid tribute to the gods.
The afternoon was finished with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Regal Enclave Mumbai (Bombay)
Bit disappointing, noisy, staff not very friendly. Breakfast good though.
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