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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    Travel Blogs from Matheran

    India Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by poeticdrifter on Apr 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and cell booth. When we got to the store they wanted a bag of quality rice and oil each. The merchant at the counter said it was 2000 rupee. I realized that with what they wanted and the quality of what they wanted was about forty Canadian dollars. I told them that I could not buy that. They should just get one.. They said no. That is when I realized these people were not together. It was not a father and son like I had thought no. They were ...

    Landed In mumbai

    A travel blog entry by roshnipatel on Dec 27, 2013

    ... airport. We managed to get a few hours sleep before waking up to catch our next flight to delhi. Breakfast was pretty good, I managed to eat a whole plain dosa, chai and toast with the really sweet fruity jam! Next up, was our flight to Delhi. We landed there about noon, and dropped our things off at the hotel and rushed off to do some sight seeing! We managed to see the rashtrapati Bhawan, qutub minar ( where ...


    A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik on Feb 11, 2013

    ... to earn money for there families which they send home. Most of the work is the recycling of metals and plastics so the air is filled with toxic fumes, and the life expectancy is around 50. The workers sleep in their workshop and earn 200 rupees (around £2.5) per day. The residential area is basically a huge maze of tiny little passage ways with doors into very small rooms which are an individual families house and there are metal ladders on the wall outside that lead ...

    Holy Cow

    A travel blog entry by stamasese on Aug 12, 2012

    45 photos

    ... slum with an annual turnover of $65 million through a wide range of activities such as recycling, pottery, embroidery, bakery, soap factory and leather tanning to name a few. Most of which are created in very small spaces, including the homes they live in. Although I didn’t visit Bollywood my tour group were approached on the street to feature in a film however sadly the others weren’t ...

    Blog 2

    A travel blog entry by falon on Jul 11, 2012

    ... in time to make your stop. You may get pushed, but one must hold their ground or else risk getting trampled. Be particularly cautious to not step on anyone’s long, flowing dresswear, and if anyone asks, you are Canadian. I initially thought these precautions were excessive, but they indeed proved to be extremely useful and I will surely continue to put them to use during my stay here. Aside from the activities inside the car, the view outside of the car in fascinating as well. ...