Sayeban Hotel

Address: 171, Matheran, Matheran, Maharashtra, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 171, Matheran, Matheran.
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      Travel Blogs from Matheran

      The Last Weekend Trip: Mumbai Mania

      A travel blog entry by funkinfrance on Mar 12, 2014

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      ... by a beautiful Jain Temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira. Then, we went up Malabar Hill and went to the Hanging Garden, one of the highest view points in Mumbai that has a beautiful view of the city. We drove by the Tower of Silence and made a long stop at the Gandhi House, which was where Gandhi started his movement and is now a museum dedicated to his history. We then saw the biggest open laundry in Asia. Finally, we stopped by the Victoria Terminus, ...

      Mumbai Madness

      A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 28, 2013

      ... The combination of eras of art were fascinating. I especially enjoyed a short video explanation of how the miniature portraits were done in the 11th-15th centuries. Quite impressive painting- started with punching holes in the paper for an outline, then painting in the basic colors of the large objects, and then slowly working down to the unfathomably minuscule details. There was also an ivory jewelry box that was so intricate that it ...

      BANDIT COUNTRY

      A travel blog entry by retiredandcrazy on Apr 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... consisting mainly of photographs and paper machete mock ups of important events, whereas the Prince of Wales Museum was very colonial but still hot. I sat “people watching” on a shady, cool veranda.

      The Gateway of India was very underwhelming whereas the Taj Mahal Hotel was a cool oasis of tranquillity. The hotel was built as an “up yours” to the colonials who was had denied ...

      Slumming in Mumbai

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Jan 08, 2013

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      ... people’s houses, all the places were absolutely immaculate, nice kitchen set up and a few luxury items including many houses with tv’s. The Dharavi slum is actually considered a 5 star slum in India and many people living there actually could afford to move out but the chose to live there because of the community aspect. Walking though the Dharavi , I did feel and see a great sense of community as well as the hustle and bustle of a small city. ...

      Re-starting the program

      A travel blog entry by marcel.wassink on Feb 20, 2012

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... they turned out to be very nice. People were walking in and out of the house as if it was the local clubhouse. We discussed a lot of things and skyped with Janine and kids in the Netherlands. It was a great and unforgettable evening!



      In the afternoon w visited a ashram (Hindu temple) with a guru and did some praying.



      My host sister is called Manali. The family is very modern, so she is getting engaged on the 26th of Feb with a ...