Vivekanand Hotel

Rajaram Estate, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400014, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

India-what a country!

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg


... to shame of being a divorced women, an outcast of society or because women don't live to request divorce, suffering violence at the hands of husband and his family. One does not shake a womans hand here, only men shake hands and you greet a woman by putting your hands together in a prayer like fashion. Ollie and I believe being a girl in India must suck a little as it is always groups of young men we have seen out in the streets or doing leisurly things. Men and women seem to be ...

The lunch run

A travel blog entry by twovines


... on the other side of the water. We discover the local train station on our way to find the post office...stamp price verification is needed as we have been told two different prices. Fortunately the lesser price was correct (as I had already purchased and stuck them on). So all I now need to do is hand them all over - that's another couple of kilos off our luggage load.

We make our way to Churchgate area to see the daily lunch ...

Jain Temple

A travel blog entry by melbyrnes


... couple of small 'take-a-way' places next to each other. So we had Indian toasted sandwiches and pizzas for lunch. We tried the cooking from both places and the food was very good.

On the way back up to the temple, Yi Ping bought some fruit from one of the street vendors who had to ask a school child to interpret for us.

All our walking ...

Taking it to the next level of wow!

A travel blog entry by raoulray


... took 12 hours, it was very pleasant. The sign shows where you need to stand on the platform, your name is stuck on the outside of the train and away you go!
We shared a cabin with a lovely Czech couple, one of which was a professional clown (suitably wearing crocs) the other was the country manager for Paula Abdul and that cat had proved opposites attract, these two were no exception. After enjoying ...


A travel blog entry by jackandhenrik

... to earn money for there families which they send home. Most of the work is the recycling of metals and plastics so the air is filled with toxic fumes, and the life expectancy is around 50. The workers sleep in their workshop and earn 200 rupees (around £2.5) per day. The residential area is basically a huge maze of tiny little passage ways with doors into very small rooms which are an individual families house and there are metal ladders on the wall outside that lead ...


This hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Dhobi Ghats, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Gorai Beach, and Victoria Gardens (Jijamata Udyan).
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