The Resort

Aksa Beach,Madh-Marve Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400095, India | 5 star hotel
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India - Mumbai & Elephanta Island

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... return tickets for IR 150 and waited for the ferry to depart.

The ride on the ferry lasted quite a long time (roughly 1.5 hours). You can go on the lower deck or upper deck. Sometimes they charge IR 10 to go to the upper deck.

After arriving in the island people started to offer us many things, from books about the Elephanta Island, food, drinks to a small train ride to save you from walking a few hundred meters. We walked instead of taking the small train. In ...

Horns, smells and sights of Mumbai (crazy)

A travel blog entry by jamesnange


... people/families that were living in makeshift tents on the beach - this was just down the road from the 'rich people' areas of Mumbai, where we stopped and saw a Ganesh statue (Hindu God of good luck - also the one with the elephant head and 4 arms), that will be released in to the water on the 19th at the end of the 10 day festival that was on at the time. We then stopped at a temple which had 2 pretty big elephant statues covered in gold outside and went for a ...


A travel blog entry by tomandlouise


... looking at us, curious to why he was so amazed we stared back realizing that he was just checking we weren't looking at him whilst he searched porn and naked girls! In the evening, again wanting some home comforts, we decided to go to a Subway restaurant. They barely had any food and what they did have was terrible, bad idea! Wednesday 17th July We had a nice lay in and then went to an all veg restaurant for lunch where we got Thails; a traditional Indian dish with a small ...

Getting there and visiting the Slums

A travel blog entry by pigsfoot


... cricket with kids and addressed a class of teens learning English. The latter is supported by Reality Tours who organise the tour. You end up walking down alleys where 2 people cannot pass shoulder to shoulder and where it is so dark the you have every chance of falling into the sewer channel just beneath your feet. Houses are just rooms maybe around 12ft x 12ft with anything upto 6 souls living there.

Mumbai is now so expensive that most of the ...

Crazy, Crazy, Crazy Mumbai

A travel blog entry by jamesgeorge232


... city - over 50km away! We had to remember we were in the third biggest city in the world. I met an English girl called Anna who wanted to move south too and also go on to Goa which were my plans exactly. It made sense to stick together to buy training tickets and get another hostel. This day was all about navigating the crazy Indian trains which was yet another exhilarating experience. Once there were endured the long Indian bureaucracy process before ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Marve area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Bombay Museum (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya), Esselworld, Water Kingdom, and Alibag.
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