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The best way to get by in suburban Bombay on the roads is to hop onto a rickshaw or a tuk tuk. Although these three wheelers look unsafe they are the fastest way of commuting via road. However they are not allowed towards the southern part of Bombay or the old Bombay as it stands. There you have to either get used to rickety looking taxis that move surprisingly fast .
This place is filled with youngsters in the evenings... It opens up in Vashi Creek. Earlier there were hovercrafts plying between Sagar Vihar and Gateway of India. About food, there are these great chaat-walas that stand on the pavement right outside the garden, you get yummy bhel puri, sev puri, pani puri and ice creams, sandwitches etc. There is restaurant by the name of Chenab which over looks the garden with lovely terrace. Its a punjabi joint and the food is just awesome. A little expensinve but worth the price. Make you make a reservation before going there. There there is Kobe's Sizzlers in on the ground floor, expensive but again great But my pick is still the super spicy sev puri...
Like a local taxi driver puts it: "LOL! It's where all travelers go. Very popular!" That's exactly what Leopold Cafe is. Packed with people, mostly travelers. Even when full, the customer flow in and out is very smooth. You can walk through windows as there are no doors. The atmosphere is somewhat exotic yet simultanelously reminds you of some Southern European beach resort with fillable beer taps on your table. The menu has no big surprises. It's basic food from all over the world. The idea of this institution is to meet fellow travelers. Have a piece of calm and easy western lifestyle in the middle of the Mumbai Chaos. Go there for the feeling itself - not for the food! If you want to see a stupid grin on a local's face, just ask anybody who this famous Leopold was. They have absolutely no idea.
The Konkan Express train from Mumbai to Madgaon, Goa leaves from CST. Don't mess the CST with Central Station like we did. :P The train no. 0111 starts its huge V12 engine every evening about 11pm. The journey takes about 12 hours (was 1 hrs late when leaving, 3 hrs when arriving) and scenery through a small window is pretty enjoyable as soon as the sun rises. If you don't mind staying in a 2nd class 3-tier AC sleeper, you can book tickets online one week before!
7/10. +decent for a big town, +many conveniences, +modern, +bookstores, airport, food, a/c, -terroristy, -minimal budget accom.
The mad rush of this city is so infectious. A bee hive would look less busy than this city.