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VacationNew Years Eve 2016 into 2017Me and my husbandPrivate plunge pool, sunset and mezcal.My kind of concrete monstrosity.The morning view from the mezzanine.The shower is open to the elements (and doubles up as a bath). You feel very close to nature without going full Tom Hanks Castaway.My husband drinking from the tap which every guidebook told us not to do. Rebel.I can’t think of a hammock pun but needless to say this was pretty frickin’ nice. You know in Les Miserables when she’s singing about a castle on a cloud? I totally get that song now.My feet.Morning glory.Mer-MAN.Praying at the church of concrete.New Year’s Day skinny dip. No trousers!Found trousers.The seclusion is amazing. You feel totally private but also the concrete structure feels super safe.If you can’t be bothered to cook, Hotel Escondido is a 6 minute walk away and their food is delicious. Modern Mexican. Yum.The building is just lovely from a design POV. It feels like such a great space. Good ju ju.You literally can’t get groceries nearby. We had trouble getting a car last minute which meant our first day was spent in a taxi doing a round trip to the market at the nearest town. Boring but necessary.You need a great book (or two) AND several magazines.Concrete guest houseEverything is concrete but the shutters - industrial in tone but actually very homey.Remote AF but the coast is idyllic.1!There wasn't any.2016Aranza de AriñoYes pool, no gym.No restaurantNoA few condiments but the idea is to BYO eats.No, this is more of a retreat for sure.Eesh, the concrete stairs scream "no little kids!"Medium. You are not going to feel short-changed. This is a real retreat form everyday busy life. Once you get that, it’s heaven.Casa Wabi, Villa de Tututepec de Melchor Ocampo, MexicoIt's very cool...Hotel Escondido, Puerto Escondido, MexicoGreat for meals and the pool is 50m.Unnamed Road, Oaxaca, MexicoThe whole point is that you’re in the arse tit of nowhere with nothing to do.Unnamed Road, Oaxaca, MexicoPlease check your email to confirm your subscription.
BrowseAbout Bandra-Worli Sea Link 1 - 10 of 7,509 reviewsGoes with the speed required at Mumbai to reach Worli via Bandra. Earlier this was a nighmare. Its a beautiful site at night. The only problem is the TOLL. Always given cash for Toll not sure if they accept credit cards.bandra worli sea link is cable-stayed bridge links bandra with western suburb of mumnbai. nice scenic view. child wind flown here.This bridge is really amazing. For visitors like us its totally worth the price to enjoy this beautiful stretch of road between the sea, though traffic at the exit can be a snarl on weekdays during rush hour. The way I enjoy my drive, roll...MoreWorli sea link is a crown mumbai. None lesser then any other famous bridges in the world. When u pass through this bridge you realise the great intelligence in making this wonderful bridge hats off to all architects and the people behind this vision. I...MoreSea Link has now become symbol of the Mumbai city. The majestic structure obviously doesn't disappoint.I had the good fortune of inspecting this impressive engineering feature from the top of the nearby Raj Lands End hotel with a gin and tonic in one hand. It getting towards the end of the day and with the sun setting over the sea...MoreVery few viewing points, drive is very good. You cannot actually wait there and spend time. Alternatively Worli Sea face gives you a good partial view.Initially I was not considering this as an attraction but in the evening we had an option to either drive through this sea link or face traffic. I chose to pay till and avoid traffic by going through the sea link. But till paid was...MoreWow is the word for this superb creation by men. What a flawless design, smartly carried out, the only minus is they dont let you stop your vehicle if you want to get a perfect shot and they charge for usage.I suppose if you are in Mumbai, you have to take this trip. But honestly with everything else to see and do in Mumbai I cannot rate this more than a 3.