Sun N Sea Beach Resort

Address: L.T. Road, Alibaug, Maharashtra, 402201, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on L.T. Road, Alibaug, is near Nagphani (Duke's Nose).
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    Travel Blogs from Alibaug

    Delhi to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 15, 2015

    47 photos

    ... Soup. He had fish and vegetables and ice cream with caramel sauce for dessert.





    We decided to give the show a miss tonight and retire early.





    We had only been in our cabin a few minutes when Ruel our cabin steward knocked on our door to welcome us back. Such as nice guy !!





    After sorting out our washing which we’ll get laundered tomorrow, and completing our room service ...

    Last Day in India :-(

    A travel blog entry by dnaent on Jan 29, 2015

    9 photos

    ... in just over 1/8th of a quarter section of land with one toilet per 900 people, and almost $1B in funds coming out of there each year, mostly from recycling but thousands of other small industries as well. It was a 3+ hour tour and we really enjoyed it....especially that so much was being put back into the slums. Our guide got us back on the train and we spent a couple of hours window shopping before walking back to the train station to get our packs. A quick stop ...

    Bouncing About Bombay

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jan 09, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... than I expected. To me a slum is shanty shacks with corrugated or thatched roofs, garbage bag and woven sides and pretty much anything else you can find to make a hodgepodge of a home but here many of the properties are proper solid concrete structures. The rail side communities I passed on my journey into Mumbai, reminiscent of the rail side slums of Bangkok, with their tarps, makeshift roofs and the eclectic mix of building materials seem more like slums than this place does.
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    Motoring around Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Today (after having our yellow cruise passenger immigration cards checked twice by armed guards) we toured Mumbai. Once we had cleared the port gates and after we had a quick photo stop at the central railway station, we headed for our first official stop – the Dhobi Ghat. The Dhobi Ghat is a large outdoor laundry where the Dhobi's collect and wash many, many items everyday. Items for washing a collected from houses and hotels, taking to the Ghat for washing ...

    The ordeal is over

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... mainly due to wanderers in the darkness, but trains are nevertheless a very good way of getting around. India is a vast country and it's hard to appreciate this until after you have completed a 12 hour overnight journey and only travelled an inch or two on the map! It takes a while to get your head around the train system but after three months, we've just about got the hang of it. Costs for our Indian trip to include food, accommodation, transport and entrance fees to sights ...