Situated in the heart of Old Goa, Basilica of Bom Jesus was built in 1605 and ranks as the most important and frequently visited church in Old Goa. It houses the mortal remains of Goa’s patron saint, St. Francis Xavier who died in 1552. This renaissance and baroque style building is now listed in the […]
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Situated off the North of Goa, Anjuna beach has been a good hide-out place for foreign hippies arriving in the 60s. After these hippies spent all their money, they started to auction their belongings and thus began the flea market at Anjuna. However, the flea market only held once a week on every Wednesday, so […]
Leopold Cafe is situated at the Colaba causeway and has always been a attractive place for travellers because of its reasonable prices and ambiance. The shots from the gunmen in December 2008 did not keep the customers from returning and the bullet hole on the wall is a sign of courage shown by the innocents.
Dabbawala is a highly specialized service in Mumbai that has become a unique feature in this city. Everyday without fail, Dabbawala will deliver home-cooked food from suburban of Mumbai to city central offices and send the lunch boxes back before one reached home.
Using colors and numbers, Dabbawala has a perfect code system that identifies exactly […]
Rows of concrete wash pens with own flogging stone, Dhobi Ghat is a world belongs to men, a place where soiled clothes are washed and starched. Being the biggest washing place, Mumbai Dhobi Ghat attracted thousands of tourists and photographers are often seen securing a vantage point on Mahalaxmi Bridge busy capturing the colourful laundry […]
Elephanta Island, easily accesible by daily ferry from Mumbai Gateway of India in an hour, making it a popular tourist destination for a day trip to visit the Elephanta caves that have been carved out of rock.
Upon arrival, one may choose to take a narrow gauge train along the 1km pier to the base of […]