Hotel Highway Residency
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
We went to the trainstation in order in get further into the city as we were out of the tourist area and wanted to be in it. Anyway, Indians really helped at the which was great but we did get on the wrong class. We were suppose to sit in 2 but sat in 3 which was cozy but we got chairs so didn't care! Once off the train it was hot, we had walked …
Our first impression of india wasn't great because our hotel was next to an Indian slum which worried us abit! John wanted to get out of that hotel straight away but I hadn't booked another night so we stayed at hotel highway residency 1 more night until we found our feet. I got incontact with Arpit Lodha through couchsurfing and he invited us for …
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Today we've also seen Crawford Market, which we ended up staying in a taxi for and just driving around for half an hour because it was more of a local area selling everyday things, that we wanted to see but the taxi was so cheap it was good to sit in it in the traffic and watch the world go by without being hassled. We got dropped at Regal Cinema as we wanted to watch a bollywood film but they didn't have any that ...
... here - mainly to warn pedestrians and other cars that they are very close to them. The security here is very intense - lots of guards and police everywhere. Armed guards in many if the larger shops. It was all very overwhelming but thankfully we were only in Mumbai for one full day before leaving for the children's home (Agape Village) in ...
... pupa where the two ladies helping in the house. They would serve me coke every time I'd come to the kitchen. We planned next day tour from the wifi connection there and stayed until past midnight. Zarik dropped us off for an autorickshaw after showing us Bollywood stars homes. Sharooq khan included. We also saw Dabbang 2's producer, who has his studio next door to Zenaat's ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility