Around Mumbai-India

I just came back from Mumbai last week and I have to say that it won’t be my first and last visit. I loved the city very much and fell in love with its people and noise. The streets and lights are just so beautiful.

Even though it’s crowded and the beggars are very annoying, still, I loved it and would go back again if I had the chance to.

We stayed in Taj Palace Hotel located in Colaba. The hotel is really amazing and the location is more than great. So many markets and shops are minutes away by walking.

I didn’t go to many places because my stay was only for 3 nights, but I have to say it was more than enough in Mumbai. My next visit I’ll go to Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur and Kashmir. Those cities are rally beautiful and worth the visit.

In Mumbai, we went to Crawford Street where we bought great Indian spices. Highly recommended.

I took pictures here and there from my short trip to Mumbai which I’ll share them with you in this post. And the next posts will be about Elephanta Island and the restaurants I’ve tried.

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Categories: Cosmetics, India, Travel, Vacation | 9 Comments

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9 thoughts on “Around Mumbai-India

  1. Rahul

    The thing about Mumbai is that it is overwhelming, even for people who have stayed there for decades. Too many things to do and experience – maybe you just might come back to Mumbai again. All the best for your travels, either ways πŸ™‚

  2. I have yet to visit Mumbai, but the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is one place I surely won’t miss when I’m in the city. Btw nice to know a travel blogger from Kuwait! One of my friends from college is currently working in Kuwait City, and he took some photos of the iconic water towers. Beautiful!

  3. Great Post

  4. Waris

    You should really visit to kashmir next year.
    It is whole different place than india ,
    And the most beautiful place in the country.
    You will find a muslim atmosphere there.

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