The Verandah in the Forest
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
Photos of The Verandah in the Forest
TripAdvisor Reviews The Verandah in the Forest Matheran
Travel Blogs from Matheran
... hopeful. I think it is something about it being the airlines responsibility to check if passengers have onward travel. Anyway, the queue was getting longer as we were trying to show her the flight confirmation of our ticket from Bangkok to Bali on 2nd Feb 2015, when her boss intervened and must have told her to stop being a jobs worth and let us on the bloody flight! Kuwait airlines flight was delayed by about 2 hours by the time we set off. Got onto the plane, it ...
... and we hurriedly walked away. We kept turning to see if we were being followed and, at our first opportunity, cut back to the road for the safety crowds provide. Walking back to the hotel we discussed the pros and cons of Goa and Mumbai for they indeed are 2 different worlds.
Our final vegetarian Parsi dinner, memorable for its comically inept service and its sheer volume, prefaced an early night and a 2 am flight back to the UK. ...
... We were looking forward to leaving India partly because we were looking forward to our next adventure and partly because we were (sadly) a little tired of India.
I thought I'd make a list of things I'll remember about India
1. Trains - Seeing people run onto a train that is so full you question how one more person can fit. The train toilet is just a hole that leads to the tracks providing a lovely aroma to ...
... the scenery on the drive to Munnar was simply stunning and with warm temperature but cool breeze in our face the whole thing just was lovely. Munnar itself is a place built around tea (quite literally). The whole place was originally singularly concerned with the manufacture of tea and hence it is surrounded on all sides by miles of gorgeous tea plantations. We stayed in a great little hotel that had free coffee and a ...
Up at 5am for a taxi to the airport and a flight to Mumbai. A typical nutjob of a driver someone who must not be used to driving in fog as he was constantly spraying the windscreen with water and using the wipers when the inside of the glass was covered in condensation. Practically driving blind he was.....All going swimmingly (maybe not for the over priced omelettes at the airport) until GoAir cancelled our flight due to fog. Total pandemonium in the airport ...