Hotel Unicontinental Mumbai

3rd Road Next to Khar West Railway Station, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400052, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bandra West area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Haji Ali Mosque, Keneri Caves, Juhu Beach, and Daulatabad Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    #5 - Dusty beers and electric shocks

    A travel blog entry by liammobsby on May 13, 2014

    ... for a Tuesday evening. The crowd was one of the most crazy I’ve ever witnessed and the atmosphere was absolutely awesome throughout, it’s hard to put across the passion for cricket in words, but if ever you’re in Mumbai, try to visit the Wankhede Stadium (watch your pronunciation though…)

    Went to a friend’s place for a long lunch on Sunday. Now, in England buying alcohol to take somewhere really is not ...

    Mumbai round two, then Hampi!

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Jan 26, 2014

    18 photos

    ... managed to find some the Court rooms (there are over 60). We were surprised to see that apart from a slightly more informal approach to advocacy, hearings were run in much the same way to back home.

    One of our goals for Mumbai was to check out the Mumbai night life that we had heard so much about on our last visit. So that night we set off back to Leopolds. By pure chance we agreed to share a table with two Indian girls who turned out to be ...

    Mumbai, India Day 02

    A travel blog entry by melbyrnes on Aug 04, 2013

    38 photos

    ... the workers hires a concrete pool about 1 meter by 1 meter and then the washing is bought to them and they wash, clean and hang it to dry. It is a lot of hard work, especially when you think about washing sheets all day by hand. They generally work for about 12 hours a day, but while we were there there was more drying going on than washing.

    We didn't go down, just looked and took photos from the wall at the top of the steps.

    On the ...

    Salaam Bombay!

    A travel blog entry by shehnal on Mar 18, 2013

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... the country, and music and travel (she's a jazz singer), as lilting french music played in the background. It was so far removed from the world of the slums and struggles, and very refreshing to see how the other half lives- not overly extravagantly, simply, but happily. Aditya has also been great - showing me around the city, and taking me to the 'young people hang outs' with his friends. I also managed to finally leave my accommodation after substantial nun frustration, and have ...

    Last day in Goa

    A travel blog entry by ivangui on Dec 25, 2012

    ... on the taxi. 2004-2009 were tough. Father died in 2005. Two weeks after he was diagnosed, his granny was also diagnosed. His uncle (dada) was taking care of granny and his mom of his dad. Then dada passed away suddenly in 2008 from a heart attack. Dada was his uncle nut was adopted by grandparents. He never married and was the approved of all plastic imports for India. Zarik worked with ...