The Royal Orchid

Address: 83/A, N. G. Acharya Marg, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400071, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chembur area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Marine Drive, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Botanical Gardens, and Bhandardara.
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

Second day in India

A travel blog entry by canningt on May 06, 2014

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... for one family. There are many banyan (not sure of the spelling) throughout the city where the roots fall from the branches back into the ground so in essence the tree never dies. Buildings made with the local stone keep the building cool even in the middle of the hottest months. We saw the train station with its beautiful architecture today and 3 million people use the train daily I Mumbai. India has the longest network of ...

Peking hospitality

A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 28, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... line for more than a few feet, before having to twist, turn and squeeze your way through everyone else. Our agenda of the night was to see Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus), known locally as “VT”. Imposing, exuberant and overflowing with people, this is the city's most extravagant Gothic building, the beating heart of its railway system, and an aphorism for colonial India – LP. Yes, it was impressive...

The 2nd ...

Fort St. Angelo in Kannur

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Jan 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... in fact a sub office of the ASI. After a while looking around we meet one of the Tourist Policeman at the fort. It is Gokulan Veena. He is very pleased when I show him the picture of him and his colleague in the Bauke van der Pol book. He shows it to everyone who he sees and carries the book around as a trophy. And yes he wants to have a personal copy. We notice that many Indian school classes visit the fort.

The fort ...

Trek to Camel top at different time.

A travel blog entry by alok_kumar on Nov 30, 2013

19 photos

... of Mumbai, and I got a chance to stay there for almost 3 months. There was a small mountain in front of our room.

I remember during my school days, I always used to go to a famous city temple every year during monsoon days, located in the Kaimur range, on the eastern part of Vindhya range. That single mountain is also visible from the top of ...

Slums and Cocktails

A travel blog entry by jessandnick on Apr 10, 2013

6 photos

... and huge kilns are filled with pots made from soaked mud.

It is difficult to make judgements or draw lessons by what we see that day- it is a system too alien to us to really understand the ins and outs of. It is not wholly bad, and it is not wholly good. Our guide is keen to put forward the positive side, the industry, the hard work, the education, the markets, the proud Dharavians- and he is right in one sense- hopelessness is not a word I would ...