Wordless Wednesday: An exquisite colonial Building in Mumbai

Wordless Wednesday: An exquisite colonial Building in Mumbai

One more addition to my treasury of architectural jewels. The other days I was wandering along the streets of Mumbai with my humble little camera and happened to discover this old colonial building. What a reward for getting up so early in the morning 🙂 Its splendor is self explanatory, so no more words! It's ...read more »

Sanjay Gandhi National Park – what to expect?

Sanjay Gandhi National Park – what to expect?

Sanjay Gandhi National Park, or Borivali Park, is a huge protected area located within the limits of Mumbai around 40 km to the north from its center. And yes, if I did a better research instead of complaining about the lack of big, shady, forest-like parks in Mumbai, I would have visited this place years ...read more »

20 exciting things to do with kids in Mumbai

20 exciting things to do with kids in Mumbai

I’ve been planning to write this post for quite a while, but kept postponing in fear of getting stuck in the middle of it forever – there are way too manly things to do with kids in Mumbai:) It’s been a lot of fun to explore the city with my trio - Adriana, Alexandra, and ...read more »

Heritage Museum in Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Mumbai)

Heritage Museum in Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Mumbai)

After all my complaints about lack of museums in Mumbai I discovered there was one I hadn’t visited. Ironically, it’s situated in the very building I admire so much (and with countless photos of which I’ve made my Facebook followers sick) - Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, former Victoria Terminus. In my defence, the museum is not ...read more »

Why do they bring tourists to the Hanging Gardens of Mumbai

Why do they bring tourists to the Hanging Gardens of Mumbai

The Hanging Gardens of Mumbai is included in many guides and is usually a part of a standard tour around the city. However, every time I visit it I see some puzzled tourists with a "why did they take us here?" face expression. The park was laid out in the end of the 19th century over ...read more »

Black and White Mumbai

Black and White Mumbai

This is my second post in black and white series - you can see the monochromatic version of Delhi over here. Showcasing Mumbai in this blog, I usually put emphasis on architecture, and while I had some doubts whether I give people the right idea of the place (Mumbai is very multifaceted, you know), a ...read more »

The Flora fountain – the mirage of a Roman goddess in Mumbai

The Flora fountain – the mirage of a Roman goddess in Mumbai

I've been to this place so many times, yet I still can't get rid of the sensations that the Flora fountain keeps hiding its gems from me, slowly revealing them at every visit. The Hutatma Chowk, or Martyr's Square, where the fountain is situated, is probably the hottest spot of Mumbai, and it's hard to ...read more »

[GUEST POST] 50 Plus Breathtaking Destinations Around Mumbai To Visit!

[GUEST POST] 50 Plus Breathtaking Destinations Around Mumbai To Visit!

If you've been following my blog for a while, you may have noticed I'm not the biggest fan of guest posts, but when I saw this interesting and useful Infographic , I didn't have to think twice 🙂 : Written by Nirav of Short Break Co. Are you a travel enthusiast? Do you think you’ve visited the ...read more »