Hotel Paradise

Address: Saki Vihar Road , Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400087, India | Ranch
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This ranch, located in the Near Airport area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near Chowpatty Beach, Alibag, IMAX Adlabs Theater, and Falkland Road.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paradise Mumbai (Bombay)

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    Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

    A country of contradictions...Varanasi to Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Sep 28, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... network built up around the people creating a great sense of belonging. Most people that have grown up in these areas and even end up making a bit of money to finance their way out, tend to want to stay as they have all their needs met and a strong family base surrounding them in the community, in their eyes there is no real reason to leave. The community aspect shows to be the strongest of bindings keeping the people of India from whatever religion or socio-economic background ...

    #5 - Dusty beers and electric shocks

    A travel blog entry by liammobsby on May 13, 2014

    ... electric shock up my arm. Tried to act casually as if nothing had happened but the smell of burnt plastic gave me away, I think they were terrified I would sue as I wangled another free lunch out of it, although my charger is ruined and getting hold of anything in this office is a nightmare (took me 2 days to procure a notepad and I’ve been writing with a pencil for the last week).

    The last few days at work have been pretty ...

    Mumbai and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by jamesdebra on Feb 12, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... The tour started at the local train station where we caught the train 10 stops to the one nearest the slum. Once we were seated our guide explained to us that there was a stop coming up which was very busy and the train was going to get very full. He said he would warn us a stop ahead of where we had to get off so we could start moving towards the doors and he promised he would be the last one off so he could help anyone who fell behind. Getting off ...

    The Welcoming Light Pollution

    A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 03, 2013

    Author: Pascal
    Apologies this item of technology does not seem to identify the difference between a hyphen and one of those longer dashes.
    The scale of poverty is certainly striking compared to the UK. Bodies line the streets at night, sheltering under any form of overhang that offers some fragment of protection from the drenching rain. What I can't seem to get my head around is their seeming lack of ability to acknowledge the use of any trash bins. The result of which can ...

    Magical and Magnificent Mumbai

    A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Mar 25, 2013

    23 photos

    ... bucket list was taking in a Bollywood movie.  This is a bit unfortunate, because touristos like us who can't understand a word of Hindi, and there are no English subtitles, only go to watch the apparently hilarious Indian audience that is anything but quiet during the movies.  A definite missed cultural experience.  But no worries.  We will add it to the long list of things to see and do next trip. Now we are off to the far north, to Kashmir, the Land of ...