Travel Blogs from Alibaug
... a fast local, as the fast local didn't stop at Vile Parle but took me to Andheri. So, I had no option but to take an auto from Andheri as I wanted to go to Juhu Beach.
I took an Auto and reached Juhu beach sometime around 9:30pm. Even at this time Juhu was crowded with people. I must admit, that beach was very dirty, but because if the food joints in the beach, it was quite happening. There was this huge area where you get dishes ranging from Vada Pao to ...
... This was one of the few places we have been so far that there have been rubbish bins readily available and still people through the rubbish on the side of the path, or in the water.
After arriving back in Mumbai we walked to McDonalds for late lunch/early dinner where James tried the Maharaja Mac.
Next day we went on a tour of the Dharavi Slum (the Asia’s most densely populated slum, and the largest in Mumbai, population approx equal ...
... parked with two minutes to spare! There are no words that could express how grateful Paul and I are for his help. We tried to give him money to catch a cab home (he went an extra stop past his house to help us) but he wouldn't accept it. A true gentleman. As quickly as we met him, Dhiraj disappeared in the crowd. Paul and I hopped on and within seconds our train began to move. We somehow made it! Now we were only a sleep away from the beach - thanks to Dhiraj! What a ...
... was filled with rubbish and rubble. We were not allowed upstairs as it was now home to many India families even though the building was condemned. We had walked passed the Taj Mahal hotel a few times and talked about going inside for a look at the view, but after we had done the tour and heard the story decided we should definitely go and have a high tea.... that was before our Mumbai Magic tour lunch stop at Swati snacks, pure vegetarian food that ...
... resort and spa. Upon enquiring about the available rooms we noticed 5 other team rickshaws out the front including our Pommy friends from the first night in the small huts.The rest is history and we are now spending a beautiful night in a posh resort. Fully aware that we are at risk of losing sight of the real reason that we came to take part in this challenge we have vowed to make sure we aim low for tomorrows accommodation. Should be interesting to see where we end up. ...
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L.T. Road, Alibaug | Hotelfrom $41