Welcome to India! Mumbai & Elephanta Island – Part 1



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Motorcycle Trip to India

The trip was two months long and I did a little above 13,000km. I was on the territories of Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh. I had wonderful time there and met so many so many great people. The idea of these video series is to show you the world the way it is. No hard edition, no cinematic effect. I want you to see and feel everything I have experienced there. Before I start the trip I was looking for information about this part of the world and found that there is not enough. I believe that these video series will fill the gap and provide the necessary information for every motorcycle traveler who has these destinations in his mind.
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Also very special thanks to everyone who sent money for my trip:
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21 thoughts on “Welcome to India! Mumbai & Elephanta Island – Part 1

  1. Sorry, but commenting on some of the things just for the audience eager to know here about the Mumbai monuments and other things. The necklace road is really look like it at night, when you see all the street lights with car tail and head lights looking like the jewels , flooding the street. That Railway station is a good old British building known as Victoria Terminus now renamed after the Great King Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (name is Shivaji , Chhatrapati and Maharaj are respectful terms meaning The Great King, in short). You find many such British buildings, lots of fly overs, New sky scrapers etc.

  2. Thanks Pavlin, for giving me the opportunity to welcome you to India-Mumbai. Due to limited time you had in Mumbai, we could visit very few places & lot of interesting places were left. Also could not offer you Mumbai's famous dish ' Vada Pav' due to the limited time.
    You are welcome again for a detailed visit of Mumbai & surrrounding places. Best time to visit is November to February when the weather is moderate.
    Thanks for showing our city through your camera.

  3. Yay, you are in India! Great, now time to get out of the concrete jungle and explore the real India, India As It Is! Can't wait for the next videos, keep the coming my friend!

  4. I went to Mumbai first time in 2001 and was afraid to see such tall buildings. My corporate office was then in Bandra Kurla Complex, now in new company Head office is in Colaba Mumbai. It is beautiful city with beautiful places, churches, Temple and a Haji Ali Dargah which is not approachable in high tide. One of the best restaurant are in Mumbai. Residence of one of the world's richest man Mukesh Ambani is huge. This one was exciting as I know few places in your video. Well never been to Elephanta caves.

  5. Mumbai is beautiful, but it is the job of the citizens to provide ideas and work to make it even better and help change the lives of its poor.

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