Sayeban Hotel

Address: Plot No 171 Kasturba Road, Matheran, Maharashtra, 412001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plot No 171 Kasturba Road, Matheran.
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      Moving through Mumbai

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Dec 10, 2013

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      We got in at 7.45am.
      Taxi into town.
      Dumped my bags & found a guesthouse (horrible horrible place) that for 1 I could leave my bag in a locked for the day and have a shower, so I did just that.

      Marco and I had a coffee, walked to The Gate Way to India, walked around the market street, had a McDonalds and then it was time for me to head and catch my train to Goa.

      Just wasn't in the mind set to enjoy a big ...


      A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 16, 2013

      1 comment

      ... ahead) we found our guy and before we new it were at our hotel, staring at the fort and drinking lots of chai. The hotel was great - pretty and clean rooms, friendly staff and a lovely rooftop restaurant. One of the things you have to do in Jaisalamer is an overnight camel safari. We booked ours and then set of in search of some appropriate attire. Walking down a side street we met a man with a big smile and small prices and soon had ...

      Bombay Mix

      A travel blog entry by steffandcat on Oct 03, 2012


      ... To see this they took us to the industrial section which has a turnover of $700 million. They took us to several industries - recycling, pottery food and textiles. The guide told us the that the 5 essentials for people in the slums was food, shelter, clothes, mobile phone and tv! Apparently 95% of the slums had tvs in, madness! After a slap up Indian lunch at the grand total of 3 we headed to fashion street which was a long stretch of market stools ...

      Blog 4

      A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

      ... some leprosy patients also require special footwear because wounds that form from the disease are slow to heal and get infected easily. While at the Acworth colony, I also had the opportunity to tour a factory that designs custom supportive footwear and other supportive mechanisms for these individuals, like a hand-worn exercise device to prevent the complications that the disease can induce in the hand. Although an unfortunate situation, I am pleased to know that ...

      Another quiet day

      A travel blog entry by jjulien on Feb 23, 2012

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      ... sleeping on the sidewalks, many of the children have no shoes, no diapers or underwear. There are so many people begging, that you have no choice but to keep walking and look away some times, but tonight we bought a can of powdered formula for a baby, gave some money to a blind mother and her young child, and handed out rupees to others. It is so easy to forget how fortunate we are at times; no child should be hungry, cold or alone.